Rankings published in the press should be taken with care. Depending on the survey methods and criteria used, results differ greatly from one medium to another and from one year to the next. They do not always reflect the actual level of the schools. Surveys are often based on information provided by schools that is not easy to verify. Rankings also value some criteria more than others and often compare things that are not comparable. Journalists like Karine Darmon in Studyrama explain “In short, it’s like comparing one sector of activity to another, some seeing more growth than others, some changing from one year to the next according to economic needs. The trend currently favours the IT, energy and construction sectors. Should niche sectors, and hence schools with more specialized education, which offer promising jobs and guarantee a professional career, be omitted?”
Below you will find some rankings in which ESTACA has been mentioned, for information purposes, but they are highly varied and reductive compared to the reality of the resources at ESTACA and the School’s reputation among the industries in our sector.