ESCP Business School consolidates its place among the top 15 executive education programme providers worldwide in the 2023 Financial Times Executive Education ranking

The performance of ESCP’s custom and open programmes earned the school a combined score which placed it 13th out of 75 ranked programme providers in the Financial Times Executive Education 2023 global ranking.

This exceptional result was bolstered by ESCP’s open-enrolment programmes, which moved up two places in the ranking to 17th overall, and the school’s custom programmes, which earned 14th place in the world.

All of ESCP’s programmes benefit from the school’s European, multi-campus model with locations in Berlin, London, Madrid, Paris, Turin and Warsaw. This unique, multicultural environment is the foundation for the strong results ESCP’s open programmes earned across the international experience criteria, including international participants, faculty diversity and international location, for which the school earned 3rd place overall.

We are proud to consolidate our ranking among the top 15 worldwide through our programmes that provide tangible value to executives and organisations.

In today's uncertain and volatile environment, businesses depend more than ever on agile employees who embrace continuous learning

Simon Mercado, Executive Vice-President & Dean for Executive Education, Business Solutions and External RelationslSimon Mercado
Executive Vice-President & Dean for Executive Education, Business Solutions and External Relation

To meet the diverse needs of business professionals today, ESCP offers a wide range of flexible and customisable programmes, including 54 certificate and short programmes, 9 executive masters, 27 online programmes and a Global Executive Ph.D., which bridges the gap between the academic and business worlds.

Prior to the Covid-19 pandemic, participants in executive education programmes were primarily focused on navigating the digital transformation within their companies. In recent years, however, the school has seen a significant increase in participants pursuing continuing education in ethical management, diving deeper into environmental, social and governance topics as well as green finance.

The common denominator within our custom and open programmes is a focus on 21st-century skill sets, agile management and responsible leadership.

Simon Mercado, Executive Vice-President & Dean for Executive Education, Business Solutions and External RelationslSimon Mercado

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