In their seventh list of Grande Ecoles Business classes, The Parisien has placed the Montpellier Business School 9th amongst the nationally recognised grandes écoles

Last May The Parisien published its seventh ranking list on the attractiveness of the training programmes for the Grandes Ecoles of Management which offer the Master’s programme. Montpellier Business School is now positioned in 9thplace among the Grande Écoles of Management and has advanced by one place compared to 2014.

This classification confirms the general progression of Montpellier within the main national and international classifications of the year 2014-2015 despite competition, which has never been so strong. It reflects the recognition of a grande école group which is now firmly installed within the top 10 of the grande écoles of management, demonstrating its realistic strategy, its effective policies and ongoing innovation that Montpellier has shown to establish its ongoing model of excellence.

Committed to the recruitment of talent throughout the world, Montpellier Business School, works tirelessly with its commitment to equal opportunities and diversity. “We are of course very happy to note, once again, the progression of Montpellier Business School within the rankings this year,” stated Didier Jourdan, Managing Director. “Nonetheless, we remain very focused on our commitments in terms of academic quality and pedagogic innovation in order to offer our candidates, and later to our students, the optimal development of their personal and professional skills within our environment and elsewhere”.