This is not a ranking but a host of practical information (average level, fees, admission process, campuses in France and abroad, international accreditations etc.) and SKEMA’s BBA is shown in a highly favourable light.
Le Figaro chose 39 bachelors programmes all of which have State approval. In the section on SKEMA’s BBA in Global Management, the Figaro says:
"This is a four-year course that has had an American format since the start. Its pedagogical approach is student centred and the emphasis is on multiculturalism and international experience. 57% of students are international from 65 different countries, which means that French students benefit from an international education. The programme is taught 100% in English and includes two years’ academic mobility on the school’s international campuses (United States, China and Brazil) or with American, Canadian, Australian, Asian or European partners with the possibility of a dual qualification."
The articles that appear with this practical information underline the strengths of the SKEMA BBA and often cite Denis Boissin, director of the SKEMA BBA.