After the Financial Times ranked Nova School of Business & Economics (Nova SBE) in the Top 25 list of the best Master’s in Management worldwide, it is time for The Economist to divulge its Which MBA? 2021 Masters in Management world ranking, putting the Master’s in Management of our business school in the 18th position in Europe and 25th worldwide.
Generally speaking, Nova SBE had a solid performance in every evaluated criterion with a special emphasis on the “Alumni rating of the Alumni office’s efficiency and its network.” As a result, the school stands out in the 10th position worldwide and 7th among European schools.
Nova SBE is the only Portuguese School in the Which MBA? 2021 Masters in Management world ranking, which is promoted by The Economist, twice a year, this being its third edition.
The Economist’s Master’s in Management world ranking 2021 ranks schools according to four main categories of analysis – new career opportunities, personal development and educational experience, salary, and potential to network – that falls upon 12 analysis-indicator.
Daniel Traça, Dean of Nova SBE, highlights: “We are very proud of this ranking’s result not only because it recognizes the work we have been doing regarding the program’s experience and regarding the development of career opportunities, but also the recognition of our alumni community in creating a cooperating solid community and network.”
The complete results of The Economist's Which MBA? Masters in Management 2021, can be checked here.