Nova School of Business & Economics (Nova SBE) was ranked as the 25th best European business school, according to the Financial Times ranking that ranks over 90 European business schools.
To Professor Daniel Traça, Nova SBE’s Dean: “This outcome reinforces, once more, the school’s innovation, internationalization, and impact strategy. We have constantly been adapting our programs, keeping up with the current talent search and adjusting it to the ever-changing needs of the different organizations and generations, and of society. We know that there is still a long road ahead of us, but we trust that with the support of our community – students, Alumni, corporate partners, society, faculty, and staff – we will achieve our goals”.
Nova SBE has been making its way to compete with the best European business schools, managing to achieve the 16th position with the Masters in Management and being in the MBA’s and Executive Education TOP 20 and TOP 30 respectively. “These results show that it is possible to be a renowned international school in extremely competitive rankings, and still keep a strong responsibility, innovation, and social impact matrix”, states Professor Milton de Sousa, Associate Dean for Institutional Relations and International Development at Nova SBE.
Financial Times ranking for the best European business schools is based on the results shown by schools in other four evaluations: MBA Full–Time; MBA Part-Time; Executive Education’s Open Programs and Customized Programs, and Masters in Management. The ranking now disclosed doesn’t take into account the Financial Time’s world ranking regarding the best Masters in Management – Nova SBE holds the 16th best position.
Having triple accreditation (AACSB, EQUIS, and AMBA), being ranked as one of the best 100 business schools in the world by Eduniversal (5 Palmes), and one of the best 35 schools (Masters in Management and Finance) according to the QS ranking, Nova SBE offers Management and Economics bachelor degrees, masters, and Ph.Ds. in Economics, Finance, and Management, Executive Education, and MBA.