Stockholm School of Economics ranked as one of Europe's best business schools by the Financial Times
Stockholm School of Economics (SSE) has been ranked #22 out of 95 in 2021 on the list of European business schools published by the Financial Times. Thus, SSE remains one of the leading business school of Scandinavian countries, taking leading positions in the ranking in all 18 years which it has been published in.
This ranking is integrative, i.e. this annual report is based on the results obtained by leading European business schools in the partial rankings of MBA, Executive MBA, Masters in Management (MiM) and two non-degree Executive Education programs published throughout the year by the Financial Times. The FT rating evaluated criteria that included pay rises and career progression of graduates, quality of research work, the level of internationalization of the schools and students, faculty and management diversity.
"Despite pandemic times, we are constantly committed to making sure that our programs deliver maximum value and effectiveness to our students. And we are delighted that the Financial Times recognizes our efforts, rating them highly. I hope that we will strengthen our position even more in the upcoming years," Anders Paalzow, the president of the Stockholm School of Economics in Russia, says.
Previously, in November 2021, the Stockholm School of Economics EMBA program was ranked 64th by the Financial Times as one of the "World's 100 Best EMBA Programs".
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