Rennes School of Business is a Global School of Management in France.
Programmes taught in English, 53% of students and 91% of the Faculty being international, a network of 260 main partner universities worldwide, international research and teaching cooperation and the triple accreditation (EQUIS, AACSB and AMBA) attesting its academic excellence, make the School a unique place to live and study.
Rennes School of Business is considered to be the most international School of Management in Europe. With 91% of faculty members being non-French, 53% foreign students, classes in English and a network of more than 260 partner universities worldwide, Rennes School of Business gives the students a unique opportunity to learn in a continuous international environment from first year to graduation.
International rankings : Rennes-SB, one of the best Business Schools in the world
The Master in management of Rennes School of Business is ranked in the 2018 Financial Times ranking of masters in management (55th) The Msc in International Finance (Master in Finance Ranking) appears in the world class Financial Times Rankings 2018: 24th (and 7th of French Business Schools) The Executive MBA of Rennes School of Business is ranked in the Executive MBA Ranking 2018 The Master in Management Programme (Programme Grande École) is ranked 27th in the world and 7th in France in the Times Higher Education / Wall Street Journal ranking
Rennes School of Business appears in the world class Financial Times Rankings 2017 : Msc in International Finance (Master in Finance Ranking); Master in management (Masters in Management Ranking); EMBA (Executive MBA Ranking); European Business School rankings 2017
Rennes School of Business appears in the 2016 Financial Times ranking of the 90 best Business Schools in the world.The School is ranked 35th among the top 90 programmes.
2016 Financial Times ranking Global Master in Management
The Master in International Finance of Rennes School of Business is ranked no. 45 worldwide and no 9 in France in the 2016 Financial Times ranking.In particular, Rennes School of Business has well performed in the ranking category « international course experience ».
2016 Financial Times ranking Global Master in Finance
To be eligible to participate to the FT rankings, a school should be accredited by AACSB or Equis; it must have a programme that has been running for at least four years; and it must have graduated its first class at least three years before the ranking publication date.
Rennes School of Business offers companies a close collaboration in order to train future managers to the profiles expected by the organizations. To do this, the School creates links between companies and students by organizing numerous events and welcomes recruiters who wish to develop their employer brand with young talents.
Corporate Support for an Academic Community
Companies are not only recruiters of talent and contributors on the teaching and research fronts at Rennes School of Business. They are also loyal financial supports of the Business School and its students. Companies can assist in a variety of ways, from becoming official sponsors of a year’s cohort and paying learning tax through to making tax-advantageous donations. The plusses for companies willing to make such an investment are numerous: