SSE MBA Executive Format climbs in FT ranking
This has been a tough year – but it's shaping up to be a strong 12 months for providers of executive MBA courses. But experts claims that applications for the degree are strong despite the pandemic. The lockdown in many countries might even have encouraged some people to apply to EMBA courses because they find they now have time to fit in some additional study.
This year, SSE climbed from number 66 to number 60 in the Financial Times' rankings of Executive MBAs. 129 schools participated in the ranking that listed the top 100.
“It’s very encouraging to see improvement in our ranking three years in a row”, said Anne von Bergen, Quality Assurance, the Stockholm School of Economics. “That shows that the program alumni are really pleased with their SSE experience!”
SSE improved in five of the criteria used by the ranking. According to the new ranking, the average wage increase after the SSE MBA program is 52 percent. SSE is ranked at number 26 in the world for work experience and number 38 in Corporate Social Responsibility. With women making up 40 percent of the student body, the SSE MBA program is among the top 15 programs on the list when it comes to gender balance.
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