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With a network of 37,000 + Alumni spread across the globe, EDHEC counts now with Asher Noor, one of Participants at the EDHEC Family Business GEMBA.
EDHEC Business School further strengthens its longstanding partnership with the CFA Institute by adding the Master in Management Financial Economics as Program Partner with the CFA Institute, the international association for investment professionals.
Paris, 25 January 2016 - The EDHEC Global MBA entered the Financial Times MBA rankings for 2016. It was ranked third globally and first in France on the demanding “Value for Money” criterion.
The EDHEC Family Business Global Executive MBA (GEMBA) is the sole programme in Europe designed for Family Business leaders. It offers a transformational journey, from a leadership development plan to a degree internationally recognized, designed to enhance and sharpen managerial skills to family business managers and next generation leaders.
Becoming an entrepreneur during or just after studying: it's possible. This is what Nicolas Fayon told EDHEC students on Nice campus.
By undertaking an ambitious reform of the EDHEC BBA, EDHEC positions itself as a game-changer that challenges the codes of bachelor programmes in Europe.
The Financial Times today published its overall ranking of European Business Schools, based on a combination of the individual rankings obtained on several criteria during the year, i.e. MBA, Executive MBA, Executive Education (inter- and intra-company programmes) and data on teaching faculties. EDHEC ranks 25th in Europe and 20th on average over the last four years.
Building upon the success of the first seminar series, the second edition of the Yale School of Management–EDHEC-Risk Institute Certificate in Risk and Investment Management will start again from January 2016, both in London and New Haven.
An agreement between the European Parliament and the Council of the EU on a Regulation of financial benchmarks was found in the night of November 24 to 25, 2015.