KEDGE joins the FT Top 50 Executive Education rankings in 2022

KEDGE Business School is ranked no. 38 in the Financial Times Executive Education combined table of custom programmes and open-enrolment programmes. With 22 places gained, KEDGE is the 2nd highest riser in the 2022 ranking and has become the 6th best business school in France.

Financial Times Executive Education rankings 2022: KEDGE Business School joins the world's top 50 schools for the 1st time and is ranked no. 6 in France

KEDGE is one of the world's top schools for Executive Education according to the benchmark rankings published by the Financial Times. For the 2022 edition, KEDGE is the 2nd highest riser, gaining 22 places. It is ranked no. 38, alongside the top European, American, Chinese and Australian business schools.

The FT ranking of Executive Education programmes is made up of two sub-rankings

  • For the custom programme ranking, among French schools, KEDGE is the 2nd highest riser, with 19 places gained. It ranks no. 52 in the top 70. 
  • For the open-enrolment programme table, KEDGE is ranked no. 45 out of 65 schools, up 26 places versus the last 2020 ranking. The school is the 3rd highest riser in this ranking, all schools combined. 

KEDGE becomes the best French school on the feminization criterion

This year, KEDGE stands out by obtaining 9th place for the criterion of women in open-enrolment programmes, all schools combined, and has thus become the best French school with 52% of women in its programmes.

This ranking confirms KEDGE's international reputation, both for the quality and innovation of its Executive Education and for the professional success of its graduates. This is great recognition of the work initiated many years ago and carried out ever since. It promotes our activities to companies that trust us.

Jean-Luc Faye, Executive Education Director
Classement Financial Times Executive Education 2022