In today’s release of its ranking of the world’s top EMBAs in 2022, the Financial Times again placed HEC Paris among the world’s best programs.
The newspaper’s annual shortlist of the world’s 100 best MBAs for executives is one of the most comprehensive standards of excellence in the industry. In this year’s installment, HEC Paris placed 4th, in familiar company among the ranking’s 11 elite “Tier I” schools. Since its maiden appearance as a standalone program in the FT’s 2018 rankings installment, the HEC Paris Executive MBA has always appeared among the top programs.
“It is immensely gratifying to know that ours is continually recognized among the world’s very best Executive MBA programs,” said Kristine de Valck, Interim Associate Dean MBA Programs and Dean of Degree Programs at HEC Paris.
“That HEC Paris is a mainstay at the top of an annual ranking—arguably the most competitive of its kind— speaks to the world-class training our participants receive.”
“This underlines the extent to which our alumni make a lasting impact as capable, inspiring, conscientious leaders, driving positive transformation across industries, cultures, and geographies,” she continued.
Its elite placement demonstrates enduring performance in the fields that matter most.
Of note, HEC Paris EMBA outpaces the three programs ranked ahead of it in the FT’s ESG (Environmental and Social Governance) metrics, reflecting a broader HEC Paris strategic pivot in that direction.
More CEOs of Fortune Global 500 companies have graduated from HEC Paris than any other university in Europe. Nearly 4,000 graduates are currently CEOs, CFOs, or have founded their own companies.
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