St. Petersburg, May 13, 2008. Stockholm School of Economics Executive Education was ranked 4th in Europe and 11th best in the world.

13 May, 2008

Press Release

St. Petersburg, May 13, 2008.  Stockholm School of Economics Executive Education was ranked 4th in Europe and 11th best in the world.

May 12, 2008 the results from the Financial Times custom programs ranking were published.

 Times ranking of executive education is one of the more important milestones in SSE life during each year, because it reflects the School clients’ point of view. The responses of the custom program purchasers that SSE nominates to the Financial Times each year account for 80% of the final score. This is why SSE pays more attention to this particular ranking than any other. That shows that the most important clients of SSE have been satisfied with their educational experience at the School.

The Stockholm Schools of Economics in Russia, being the part of SSE (Sweden) has also a very strong direction of Executive Education. For more than 10 years the Stockholm School of Economics has been a leading institution in Russia providing open programs for top executives and entrepreneurs. Over 500 participants have graduated from the following programs: -Hans Rausing, Entrepreneurship Essentials, Living Company Hans Rausing Program in Modern Economics, Business and Entrepreneurship, Entrepreneurship Essentials Program, Living Company “Managing Effectiveness” Program.

In October 2008 the Stockholm School of Economics, Russia is launching a NEW 5 module open program for business executives “Emerging Markets Competencies and Customers” (EMCC). The new open Program “Emerging Markets Competencies and Customers” is a succesor of the above mentioned programs. It has integrated the best elements of the previous executive programs of the School with the new developments in the fields of management science and executive education. The Program is structured around key management capabilities needed to become a highly effective executive and inspiring leader on the emerging market.

For addition information please contact 
Anna Izmailova,
Market Communications Manager
Stockholm School of Economics, Russia

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