The Financial Times has ranked Grenoble Ecole de Management's Full-Time MBA 28th in Europe, as published in the Global MBA Ranking on January 28th, 2019.
The Full-Time MBA is ranked 5th best MBA in France, after INSEAD, HEC Paris, EM Lyon and Essec. The program is also ranked 28th in Europe and 98th in the world.
Grenoble Ecole de Management (GEM) performed particularly well in the Research criterion compared to its previous results, gaining 8 places thanks to the quality and number of its faculty's research publications. This improvement is also consistent with the achievement regarding the School's research in the most recent Shanghai Rankings: “Management” and “Business Administartion studies” Subjects.
Furthermore, the 2019 edition of the ranking introduces the new Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) criterion. GEM is ranked 19th in Europe for its CSR, which demonstrates its strong commitment and serves to showcase its positioning as a Business Lab for Society.
Finally, in terms of graduate salary, GEM again improves its scores (+ 8), with its graduates seeing their salaries increase by 88% in the three years following graduation. This figure is based on the answers graduates gave directly to the Financial Times over the past three years. This achievement is also acknowledged in the Career progress criterion, in which the School is ranked 31st in the world.