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The Financial Times has published its "European Business Schools 2020" ranking today, which ranks the top 90 graduate business schools in Europe. ESCP Business School ranks 8th, which is an increase of 6 places from last year.

ESCP, therefore, returns to the Top 10 management schools in Europe, while ranking 4th in France, 2nd in the UK, Italy and Spain, and 1st in Germany and Poland.

ESCP ranks highly across the board, with most notably 2nd place for its Master in Finance, 7th for its EMBA, and 6th for its Master in Management.

Professor Frank Bournois, Executive President & Dean, adds "This fantastic result underlines the hard work carried out by the school to achieve and maintain excellence in all our programmes, in terms of academic content, faculty research, and student experience.

The business school is also incredibly diverse, with 83% of its faculty being international, and 100% of its faculty having a doctorate. This is invaluable for the institution as it continues to teach students how to thrive in an ever more global business environment.

With this ranking, ESCP shows that it can tackle the global challenges related to the post-covid world (climate emergency, digital transformation...) in the best possible conditions.