The ESCP Master in International Food and Beverage Management programme, taught in English at the ESCP Turin and Paris campuses, is number 1 in the World according to Eduniversal, which has just published its new 2021 ranking of the Best Masters & MBAs in 51 specialisations.
ESCP Business School's Master in International Food & Beverage Management continues to advance and has now established itself at the first place globally in the Eduniversal ranking of the best specialist programmes preparing for an international career in this sector. This is an important recognition by a leading ranking agency that confirms ESCP academic excellence and uniqueness on the international scene.
This result is a testimony to the quality of the work that ESCP’s team has done, which was measured by Eduniversal according to three main criteria:
- The reputation of the programme: be known and recognised by recruiting companies and have an active approach towards them.
- The salary of the first employment after graduation: placement of graduates in the best job positions on the market.
- Students’ satisfaction: work on improving programmes by taking into account the feedback of students.
The results of the Eduniversal Ranking of the Best Masters & MBAs are certified by an official adjudicator and are published on www.best-masters.com.
"We are honoured to see the Turin Campus' flagship specialised master recognised as the world's leading programme by Eduniversal Best Masters Ranking", said Prof. Francesco Rattalino, Dean of ESCP Turin Campus. "We are thrilled to receive this new validation of our ongoing work to train the next generation of Food and Beverage industry leaders. The Master in International Food & Beverage Management is a great success both among students and the companies involved as partners and offers its participants a unique learning experience and excellent international career prospects".
"I am extremely proud of this great achievement, which is the result of the hard, passionate, patient, and intense work of the whole team during those years. Being #1 in the world is a huge responsibility. We will continue to dedicate our work, passion, and enthusiasm to our students, transmitting the values and style of ESCP, combined with the quality and excellence of the best Italian and French food & beverage traditions and heritage", said Francesco Venuti, Academic Director of the MSc International Food & Beverage Management.
This outstanding result proves once more the academic excellence and the quality of ESCP’s programmes.
"Best Masters" is today the only international ranking that evaluates and ranks MBA and Master programmes and not institutions. This is possible thanks to a sector-specific approach which is based on certain "market criteria". These criteria measure the capacity of a particular programme in providing a student with that added value indispensable in today’s job market. For more information about the Eduniversal methodology click here.
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