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Two French business schools in Europe's top 5

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Two French business schools in Europe's top 5
INSEAD graduates can expect to earn on average €118,763 annually, the second highest salary only behind London Business School graduates. Photo: Roslan Rahman/AFP
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HEC Paris and INSEAD have made it into the top five spots of the Financial Times's prestigious rankings for Europe's best business schools.

HEC Paris may have lost top spot to London Business School this year, but it still managed to secure second place in the FT’s rankings.

As for rival French business school INSEAD - with campuses in Fontainbleu, Singapore and Abu Dhabi – a cool fifth spot was secured in part because its graduates can expect to earn on average $148,183 (118,763) annually, the second highest salary only behind London Business School graduates.

France and Spain are the only two countries in Europe to have two of their business schools in the top five, although Madrid’s IE and Barcelona’s ESADE both scored higher in terms of gender balance.

EMLyon, Essec and Edhec Business Schools made it into the top 20, in 14th, 15th and 17th place respectively. 

Click here to see the Financial Times's full business schools rankings for 2014

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