emlyon's Executive Education ranks 21st worldwide in the Financial Times 2022 Executive Education Ranking, moving up 15 places as compared to the previous ranking issued in 2020.

This ranking is the result of a combination of:

Results are notably based on a survey of the participants of short programs (course preparation quality, course design, pedagogical methods and techniques, quality of the Faculty, of participants, of the teachings and the new skills acquired, participant follow-up, meeting the participants' objectives, overall satisfaction) and on a survey of the school (% of international participants, programs' growth, international localization, number of academic partnerships, % of international professors).

“This result is proof of our collective commitment in training and supporting all throughout their lives, executive directors and managers able to efficiently transform organizations for a fairer society, with more solidarity and more respect for the planet. “ Christine Baldy-Ngayo, Executive Education Director

For further detail about the ranking and the method used