The Master Grande Ecole is 9th in Le Point’s overall ranking of school’s offering the grade of master. The
programme was particularly well marked on the “Research” theme (on which it took 6th place) and the quality of its network of international partners.
In the category for after Baccalaureat Business Schools in 4 years, the BSc in International Business has gained one place to rank 4th. On top of Research, the editors highlighted the quality of teaching applied in the programme.
Our Master in Management Grande Ecole has entered the Top 20 in the Financial Times’ international ranking of the best “Global Masters in Management 2012”.
The 6th French school ranked for its Master in Management Grande Ecole, Rouen Business School has gained 3 places and is now ahead of Audencia and the ESC Toulouse. Several strong points were underlined by the FT editors: the speed and quality of professional integration of graduates and the access to international experience during the course.
The Rouen Business School Master Grande Ecole has gained two places to take 7th in the 2012 Ranking of Business Schools published in Challenges magazine.
Two criteria were highlighted: the Power criteria which takes into consideration the selectivity, financial means, number of professors per student, starting salary of graduates and accreditations; the International criteriatakes into consideration the number of exchanges with accredited schools, the proportion of international experience periods of at least three months, the number of foreign professors among the permanent faculty and the programme’s score in the Financial Times ranking.
The BSc in International Business - IFI scored 5th in the ranking of Bac + 4 schools. The programme is acknowledged for thequality of students recruited and the time spent abroad during the programme (18 months). The journalist also underlined the opportunity given to 4thyear students to choose either a specialisation with the aim of continuing their studies or a business track, orientated towards professional insertion.
The editors of l’Etudiant acknowledge the academic excellence of Rouen Business School, most notably through the quality of Research carried out in the School and its strong network of international academic partners. Rouen Business School is also hailed for its renown among companies, with good starting salaries, a large alumni network and a high production of pedagogical casework.
The Rouen Business School Master in Management Grande Ecole has gained two places to rank 9th in the 2011 Ranking of Business School in the Figaro Etudiant.
The editors of the Figaro underline the quality of the School’s international network of academic partners, among which are numerous accredited universities. Rouen Business School is also recognized for the quality of its Research and the network of companies attending the forums organized by the Corporate Relations Department. The time spent by our students in foreign traineeships and exchanges, and the latest teaching innovations in the program are among the Master in Management Grande Ecole’s strong points. The Figaro Etudiant editors also praised the efforts made towards entrepreneurship.
The BSc in International Business – IFI has also gained two places to rank 12th in the Figaro Etudiant’s list of post-baccalaureate training.
Among the points highlighted by the journalist: the Academic prestige (Rouen Business School holds triple accreditation), the quality of its network of accredited, international partners and its faculty. The time spent by students abroad and the portion of professional teaching are among the high points of the program.
The Rouen Business School has been ranked 9th among Management Schools for salaries in France in l'Expansion and Towers Perrin's survey: starting salaries range from 33 000 to 38 500 Euros and 3 years after graduation, salaries ranged from 44 000 to 46 000 Euros.
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