The Financial Times has just announced its best European management schools ranking. In 2021, Nova School of Business & Economics (Nova SBE) placed 27th standing out as the Portuguese business school with the best score in this renowned international ranking.
The best European Business School Financial Times ranking evaluated a total of 95 educational institutions 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 2021, Nova SBE ranked 24th with The Lisbon MBA, a program developed in partnership with Católica-Lisbon and in cooperation with MIT Sloan. The school’s Master’s in Management is ranked 22nd, and its open and customized executive education programs are placed 26th and 29th, respectively.
For Daniel Traça, Dean of Nova SBE, “we are enormously satisfied to continue to be part of this prestigious ranking as the best Portuguese business school, which recognizes the efforts the school has been making to consolidate its Master’s and executive education academic offer that is based on continuous growth, a culture of innovation and excellence and the internationalization of the Master’s and executive education. While we’re extremely proud of holding this position, it is also a great added responsibility to continue to distinguish ourselves for the quality we deliver in education, research, and the impact contribution we make towards a more sustainable and global society.”