Institut Mines-Telecom Business School’s results in the rankings reflect not only its academic excellence, but also the strength of its corporate partnerships and its international outreach.
With graduates whose salaries are higher than the average for French business schools, IMT-BS stands out especially when it comes to professional integration.
Surveys and rankings (Finantial Times, l’Etudiant) conducted among the School’s graduates confirm these results. With a 96% recommendation rate from its graduates and 5 out of 5 points for overall satisfaction, IMT-BS has become a school that meets the expectations of its students, as much in terms of academics and student life as in terms of professional integration.
The return on investment is widely recognized by graduates in the annual surveys of the Financial Times, and IMT-BS remains the number one business school in terms of added value, a major indicator in this prestigious ranking.
IMT-BS in the top ranking
The 1st French business school for added value (Financial Times 2021)
Financial Times 2022
THE Impact 2022
Le Figaro Etudiant 2021
L’Etudiant (2022) also ranks IMT-BS in the Top 5 for overall graduate satisfaction. 96% of the graduates recommend IMT-BS.
At the international level, Institut Mines-Telecom Business School is ranked in 59th place worldwide in the Financial Times “Masters in Management 2017” ranking, which ranks the best pre-experience master programs*. The School is thus ranked 17th in France. It is worth noting that, although this ranking has traditionally been in favor of French business schools, its latest edition is characterized by major methodological changes that have strongly disadvantaged French schools.