The Financial Times took last week launched its new classification of Masters in Management in the world. The Financial Times today is certainly the classification of reference for any student wishing to join training in a business school or “Business School” with the aim of pursuing a career in international thereafter.

By reputation, it is the baseline around the world, far ahead of the national rankings as the Student or Le Point that have no real value in France. If you want to go and work abroad This is the Financial Times that he will see to your previous training! 2012 results have they had a positive impact on the French business school? How are they compared to their European and American counterparts? All the answers with our analysis of ranking 2012!

A rise of the French business schools:

The French business schools have long coast in the Financial Times rankings , with several schools in the top 10, and a fortnight in the top 70. This clearly demonstrates the quality of training in schools, and develops a system yet criticized in France, particularly in relation to high registration fees (9000 euros on average).


What to awards 2012? It seems that the “Business Schools” French are always on the rise with the rise in the rankings of several schools. EDHEC password to 12th place (3), ESCP Europe takes second place (+ 1), Rouen Business School enters the top 20 in 19th place (3) passes Reims Business School 25th (8) and BEM SKEMA and also earn some places. The ESC Montpellier allows himself to go directly in the ranking at the 50th place, while she was absent from the beginning of the rankings.

Only a few schools are slightly downgraded such as Grenoble Business School passing 13th (-4), Audencia loses 2 more places this year (23th), and EM Lyon finished 9th (-3). Overall, this is nothing less than eight French business schools that are present in the top 20 this year, and nearly 19 French schools in the top 70!