SSE remains in top 20 of the best business-school ranking according the Financial Times
The Stockholm School of Economics (SSE) Executive Education ranks the highest in the Nordics and Baltics for management and leadership development – for the 20th consecutive year.
The Financial Times recently published the world’s largest, annual, executive-education assessment in which the FT compares the world's leading business schools that offer executive education programs (higher management and leadership development programs).
In the combined open and custom programs ranking SSE is ranked 19 out of the 50 top global providers, #17 out of 75 in the category for open programs and #30 out of the 85 in the custom programs category.
«SSE Russia team is proud to announce to clients that globally SSE Executive Education comes in at number 19. We are grateful to all of our partners and program participants who have trusted us with their professional development and corporate challenges. The SSE Executive Education program was launched in 1969 to strengthen Swedish business and industry. Since then despite to any difficulties, even the pandemic in 2020, together, we have managed to prove that the SSE family Executive Education remains in its top position in the Nordic region for the 20th year in a row», said Anders Paalzow the President of SSE Russia.
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