For its first participation in this ranking the ESCP Master in Management programme has been ranked 4th worldwide.

The ranking gathers MSc’s, Master of Arts, Masters in International Business, and Masters in Management, of which ESCP’s MIM is ranked highest.

Beyond the School's consistent level of excellence, the results of The Economist ranking acknowledge the School's international orientation and diversity, as well as its Alumni's professional success, as the ESCP MIM programme is ranked:

  • #1 worldwide for employability amongst diverse recruiters,
  • #1 for variety of languages on offer,
  • #1 for range of and access to overseas exchange programmes.

For Frank Bournois, Dean of ESCP, “The Economist ranking rewards the custom international course tracks we have developed for our students. It highlights the School's unique European model, the remarkable international course experience, and the exceptional international career prospects offered to its students. Our various admission processes, our relevant European academic model, and our global network, have made ESCP into a broad revealer of young talents.


Leon Laulusa, Academic Dean, says “As in all Master in Management programme rankings, ESCP’s flagship Master in Management programme is among the top elite. A special mention for the criterion of the best salaries! It is obvious that this is a programme meant to launch global careers. Students have a diverse choice of companies to choose from - this is how we contribute to designing tomorrow.