EDHEC Business School is among the top 15 schools in the world, the 3rd in France for general management education and research. With 100 years of experience and a strong focus on managerial competencies, the school offers the France’s largest choice of English-language 1-year or 2-year full-time & part-time master programmes in finance & business. Ranked amongst the best institutions worldwide, you will learn from renowned specialists and have the opportunity to put this new knowledge to work immediately. EDHEC’s 2016 Financial Times rankings: 4th for MSc in Financial Markets Worldwide, 15th for Master in Management Worldwide.
EDHEC’s continued internationalisation remains a major goal. The world is on the move and EDHEC is moving with it. The school has an enrolment of over 7,900 participants with 93 nationalities. Having campuses in Nice, Lille, London, Paris and Singapore, EDHEC places great importance on diversity and a combination of cultures, profiles, practices and disciplines in its teaching and operations.
EDHEC helps to contribute to the future of young people, to meet international challenges in the training field, and to develop new academic, scientific and economic projects. Business school for business, EDHEC trains generations of quick-thinking, inventive and resourceful entrepreneurs and managers who can change the rules of the game to take the teams and projects entrusted to them further.
The school has privileged working relationships with major multi-national corporations and EDHEC’s graduates work as executives in some of the world’s leading companies.
The main objective of EDHEC is to exert a positive impact on business, the economy and society in general. EDHEC asserted the globally-recognised expertise in finance and organised other centres of excellence that are conducting major research projects.
EDHEC Business School’s distinctive model provides it with agility as well as the ability to respond to market needs with innovative training programmes in the School’s various fields of activity, both in France and internationally.