International rankings take into account a wide range of assessment criteria: research, relationships with the corporate world, professional prospects of graduates, international dimension, teaching methods and acceptance selectivity.
BEM programmes are well placed in national and international rankings. Our international recognition is strong and lasting, as evidenced by the Financial Times ranking, in which BEM's position shows steady progress (currently ranked 28th out of the 50 best business management Masters in the world).
At national level, BEM is in the top group of the best business schools in France in all rankings, notably those produced by the following publications: Le Point, L’Étudiant, Challenges, Nouvel Observateur.
BEM moves up 7 places and joins the Top 10 French Management Schools
BEM ranked among the top Masters in management programmes worldwide.
BEM rises up 7 more places this year, to 28th place, and joins the top 10 Management French Schools.
The 2011 Financial Times ranking confirms the school’s international importance, by including BEM in the world’s 65 best Masters in management programmes for the fourth year running.
Go to BEM in the Financial Times ranking.