2020 Engineering schools ranking.

Top 100 best French graduate schools of Engineering 2020 (based on the Masters of Science in Engineering).

# School Selectivity Employability Research International Alumni Final grade -
1 Ecole Polytechnique 40 29 10 9 10 97.0
2 Mines ParisTech 40 29 9 8 10 95.1
3 Ecole des Ponts ParisTech 39 28 9 9 10 95.0
4 CentraleSupélec 39 28 8 9 9 93.4
5 Télécom Paris 38 28 9 9 9 93.3
6 ISAE-SUPAERO 39 28 9 8 10 93.3
7 ENSTA Paris 38 28 9 9 9 92.6
8 ESPCI Paris 38 29 10 7 9 92.5
9 ENSAE Paris 37 27 9 8 10 91.0
10 Chimie ParisTech 37 27 9 8 8 90.4

2020 Business schools ranking.

Top 100 best European graduate schools of Business 2020 (based on Master in Management and Master in Finance without experience).

# School Academic Employability Alumni Final grade -
1 HEC Paris 38 30 30 97.7
2 London Business School 39 29 28 96.1
3 Cambridge Judge Business School 35 30 28 93.6
4 London School of Economics 38 27 28 92.4
5 Saïd Business School 35 29 27 91.7
6 ESSEC Business School 34 28 28 89.7
7 SDA Bocconi School of Management 37 26 25 88.2
8 Copenhagen Business School 38 24 25 87.1
9 ESADE Business School 36 24 27 86.6
10 WU Vienna 36 27 21 84.0

2020 Global MBA ranking.

Top 100 best global MBA.

# School Selectivity Academic Research Salary Reputation Alumni Finale grade -
1 Harvard Business School 10 19 19 20 19 10 96.3
2 Stanford Graduate School of Business 10 18 19 20 19 10 95.6
3 Sloan School of Management 10 19 19 19 19 10 95.1
4 The Wharton School 10 17 20 20 19 10 94.9
5 Columbia Business School 10 18 19 19 19 10 94.2
6 INSEAD 9 19 18 18 19 10 93.0
7 Booth School of Business 10 17 19 19 19 9 92.7
8 London Business School 9 19 18 18 19 10 92.3
9 Kellogg School of Management 10 17 18 19 19 9 91.8
10 Haas School of Business 10 18 17 19 19 9 91.0

Methodology.

DAUR's policy is to provide rankings based on the statistical treatment of quantitative criteria correlated to the value of the school and independent of its policy. The choice of criteria is based on strict principles:

Classifying

The criteria must all describe a qualitative subject that objectively allows the quality of the school to be described according to an axis of study.

Intrinsic

The criteria are intended to be independent of school policy and should not be sensitive to decisions made by the school administration. (no criteria depending on size, on research activities, on the policy of company chairs, ...).

Cardinal

The criteria must be measurable, verifiable and without threshold effect, so the criteria are processed data (ratio, relative deviation, ...).