2019 Financial Times ranking : IMT-BS ranks 61st worldwide

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2019* Financial Times ranking: Institut Mines-Télécom Business School ranks 61st worldwide, 16th in France and is the 1st Grande Ecole with regard to “value for money”

Institut Mines-Télécom Business School maintains its leading position as the 1st French Grande Ecole based on the criterion “value for money” in the 2019 Financial Times ranking of European Masters in Management , published on Sunday, 27 October 2019. With Masters in Management courses experiencing increasingly higher tuition fees year after year, this criterion is important. By comparing salaries upon graduation to tuition fees, it indicates the return on investment for students and their parents. With the lowest fees on the French market, along with salaries higher than the average upon graduation for business schools (not to mention faster access to the job market), IMT-BS remains the Grande Ecole offering the best value.

IMT-BS stands at 29th position worldwide based on the criterion “value for money”. Taking all criteria into account, the IMT Business School, ranked 61st in the world, moves up one place among French schools to reach 16th position, an excellent result given the apathetic performance of French schools: among the 25 schools ranked, only 8 actually made the grade.

*The Financial Times, a British daily, published its  2019 ranking of Masters in Management programs in Europe on Sunday, 27 October. This classification, eagerly awaited by students around the world,rewards business schools and universities offering the best Masters in Management courses. One hundred and eleven establishments participated in the ranking process this year, in other words, seven more than last year.