MBA enters the Financial Times top 100 Global MBA ranking
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Grenoble Ecole de Management/GGSB's MBA is ranked 94th best MBA in the world, according to the Financial Times most recent Global MBA ranking, published on 25th January 2016.Grenoble Ecole de Management's MBA is ranked 94th best MBA in the world, according to the Financial Times most recent Global MBA ranking, published on 25th January 2016.The school is one of only four French schools ranked: INSEAD (1st), HEC (15th), EDHEC (84th).The Grenoble program is also ranked 17th in the world for 'International course experience' and 28th in the world for 'International Mobility'. Santiago Garcia, Dean and Director, GGSB, said: “Once more, GEM-GGSB MBA gets a placement among the top MBA programs in the world. The GEM-GGSB MBA has recently been ranked in the top 100 worldwide by the Financial Times. This makes our program one of only four MBA´s in France classifying in this highly regarded ranking, placing GEM-GGSB among the top business schools not only in France, but worldwide.With a fundamentally international cohort, the GEM-GGSB MBA ranks top 17th in the world for International Course Experience and 28th for International mobility, two classifications that recognize the international character of the program and its graduates.The recent Financial Times ranking completes the list of publications where the MBA is currently ranked, which include The Economist, CNN Expansión and America Economía.In addition to getting a world-recognized degree, the GEM-GGSB MBA offers a unique life experience. One of the most innovative and tech-oriented cities in Europe, Grenoble is a very affordable city recognized for its high quality of life where nature, innovation, technology and business education coexist in a unique ecosystem.”
Dé-confinement et risque pénal du dirigeant, le point de vue de Frédéric Renaud, GEM PGE 1991, Avocat.
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