For the second year in a row, ISC Paris has been named to the Financial Times global ranking of Masters in Management programs, solidifying its reputation as one of the world’s leading management schools.
ISC Paris ranked 93rd in 2018, and jumped eight places in 2019, ranking 85th among international business schools.
The ranking is based on alumni career progress, school diversity, and international experience & research.
ISC Paris’ high-quality, highly competitive Grande École program is a particularly noteworthy part of this ranking—the school is listed as 65th in the world and 13th in France, for the cost of its Grande École program as compared to salaries for the program’s graduates.
ISC Paris’ overall ranking—71st among international business schools—is a testament to the school’s long-term commitment to its students’ career development and job placement.
According to the 2019 alumni career survey, 42% of ISC Paris graduates were working internationally, or in an internationally-focused position, placing the school 78th among worldwide business schools in terms of its graduates international mobility.
Finally, ISC Paris received high marks for the percentage of women on its faculty and in its student body—54% of current students are women.
After earning accreditation from AACSB in 2017 and AMBA in 2019, ISC has clearly made its mark among the world’s leading business schools.
Note on the Financial Times rankings:
The Financial Times invites AACSB and/or EQUIS-accredited schools to submit their alumni rosters; the Financial Times then surveys the school’s alumni.