The Financial Times has just released its ranking of the Best European Business Schools. In 2020, Nova School of Business & Economics (Nova SBE) rises four positions in relation to 2019 and 2018, conquering the 26th position, standing out as the only Portuguese school to appear in the Top 30 of this renowned international ranking.
The Financial Times European Business Schools Ranking is based on the global scores that each school obtained for each ranking in which it participates, such as MBA, Executive Education, Master's in Management, and EMBA.
In 2020 Nova SBE maintains the 22nd classification of The Lisbon MBA, a program developed in partnership with Católica-Lisbon and in collaboration with MIT Sloan. The Master's in Management ranked 15th, and its open and customized Executive Education programs occupy the 26th and 27th positions, respectively.
For Daniel Traça, Dean of Nova SBE, "this recognition, that once again places Nova SBE in the Top 30 of the best schools in Europe, results from the school's commitment to sustained growth, a culture of innovation and excellence and internationalization in master's and in the training of executives. Year after year, we have consolidated our performance in what is one of the most reputed worldwide rankings, which fills our community with pride. This recognition naturally gives us the responsibility to want to continue to differentiate ourselves by the quality of our teaching, research, and contribution to an increasingly sustainable and global society."
The complete ranking can be seen here.