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    Skema Business School masters of finance ranked 6th worldwide

    31 Aug 2015 | A region on the move

    The Financial Times has just published its international ranking of the world's top masters in finance, both pre- and post-experience. And Skema Business School, which offers its program at its Lille and other centers, has just leapfrogged into sixth place.

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    Skema Business School's MSc in Financial Markets and Investments, a course for pre-experience candidates, has jumped four ranks to place sixth worldwide in the FT's 50-strong list of top international schools and universities. Last year the list stopped at 45.

    With centers in Lille, Paris, Sophia Antipolis, Raleigh, Suzhou and Casablanca, Skema also ranks third among the six French schools that placed in the FT rankings.

    Once again this year, its Financial Markets & Investments MSc got particularly high marks for the international mobility of alumni and for its international course experience.

    “This sixth place is a result of the professional success of our alumni, which makes me extremely proud,“ said school dean Alice Guilhon, adding, "It is also a great achievement for one of our courses and is emblematic of what we are developing at the school on all our programs—academic excellence coupled with a strong international dimension.”

     

    See Skema in the full Financial Times rankings.


    Source : http://www.skema-bs.fr

     

     

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