On Monday, December 4th, the Financial Times published its annual ranking of Europe’s 90 best business schools. This is the latest annual ranking by the British Economic and financial daily, dedicated to European universities and business schools. This year, TBS Education confirms its positive momentum by entering the top 50: the school moves up nine places to 46th position.

Stéphanie Lavigne, General Director of TBS Education, shares her satisfaction: “We are proud of our school’s 9-place rise among the top European business schools. This success is a strong signal and testifies to the positive dynamic in which TBS Education finds itself. It’s excellent news for our entire community, as students and recruiters worldwide eagerly await the Financial Times rankings.”

A long-awaited ranking

The British daily singled out TBS Education in particular for its international focus, which is at the heart of the multi-campus school’s DNA, with its presence in Barcelona and Casablanca. By moving up to 46th place in the top 50 European schools, the school reaffirms its ambition to be a major player in European higher education.

The Financial Times now ranks the 90 best business schools in Europe. To build this top 90, the British media, widely consulted throughout the world, relies mainly on several criteria linked to the careers of graduates, but also to the training itself. Alumni are surveyed three years after completing their course on criteria such as professional integration, career development, and international mobility, as well as the faculty’s academic level, degree of internationalization, and feminization.

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