Financial Times ranking classifies the best Business Schools in Europe
- Nova SBE secures the same position in relation to the 2014 ranking
- Nova SBE is the Portuguese school with the highest % of PhD and women in the faculty body
- Nova SBE offer of masters programs is among the best in the world
For the second year in a row, the Financial Times (FT) ranking for the best Business Schools in Europe places the Nova School of Business and Economics (Nova SBE) in #28, ahead of schools such as Aalto University (Finland), Copenhagen Business School (Denmark), and University College Dublin (Ireland).
The latest ranking of the year published by the English newspaper highlights the academic excellence and the multicultural environment of Nova SBE: 100% professors with PhD, 40% of women in the faculty body, and 29% of foreign professors.
The European Business Schools ranking takes into account the school’s results in the following rankings: MBA Full-Time and Part-Time, Executive Education Open Enrolment and Customized Programs, and Masters in Management. The FT ranking for Masters in Finance is not considered. Nova SBE is the only Portuguese school present in the ranking for Masters in Finance, and in 2015 its program was ranked #19 best Masters in Finance in the world and the more international.