emlyon business school is ranked among the top 100
best universities and business schools of the world, in the latest Shanghai
ranking. In the Management category, the School reaches the top 3 of best
French business schools, behind Insead and HEC.
emlyon scores particularly well on the impact of its researcher-professors’ output,
and their capacity to collaborate with other universities and international schools.
For Isabelle Huault, President of the Executive Board and Dean of emlyon
business school, “This ranking expresses the quality of the faculty and research
of emlyon. Our ambition is to build on the School’s academic excellence in the
years to come, along with smooth articulation between output, broadcasting, and
knowledge valorization. emlyon wants to attract the best professor-researchers
and reach a total of 200 permanent professors in 2025.
The Shanghai rankings are a major boost for emlyon which is consolidating its
presence in India where the French b-school has two campuses – at Mumbai and
Bhubaneswar. In fact, it is the only French business school to have campuses in
According to Ashley Fernandes, India Head, emlyon business school: “It is
an incredibly proud moment to see emlyon fostering academic excellence across
the world. The Shanghai rankings reaffirm our commitment to globally certified
quality in management education. It is and will always be our professed objective
to continue raising the bar in all that we do to inspire students to not just be early
makers but also changemakers.”
emlyon business school wishes to further engage with students in India where it
has an ever-growing commitment to quality and innovative higher education as
part of the first such Indo-French collaboration.
emlyon business school has partnerships with St Xavier’s College, Mumbai and
XIM University, Bhubaneswar, besides collaboration with Department of Sports
and Youth Services, Government of Odisha for a Centre of Excellence for Sports
Management in Odisha.
The Shanghai ranking identifies the best higher education establishments
worldwide and sorts them out by academic category, according to the quality of
their research works, based on the following factual criteria:
The number of articles published in the best peer reviews in management
The research impact factor, measured by the number of times these
articles are cited in other research works in management,
The international collaboration between institutions in research,
The number of articles published in The Top 1% of peer reviews and
conferences on management.