The brand-new Financial Times special focus on Top MBAs for Finance 2017 marks yet another important step in the international reputation of SDA Bocconi School of Management flagship program: after moving up three spots in the recent FT Global MBA Rankings 2017, placing 22nd worldwide and 9th in Europe, the Full-Time MBA now ranks 5th in Europe, and 18th globally on MBA careers in the finance industry.
Career progression of Alumni from the top 50 Full-Time Global MBA programs was highlighted in this new FT ranking, based on data from MBA alumni working in finance only, three years after graduation, and collected as part of the FT 2017 Global MBA Ranking. Out of the 13 indicators considered, the SDA Bocconi program stands out for its graduates’ post-MBA salary increase (+128%), value for money (5th ww), and international mobility (10th ww).
"This new focus that FT has given to the finance industry is important for our MBA" says MBA Director Stefano Gatti "because it demonstrates the quality of our Full-Time MBA in the field of corporate finance and financial markets and institutions. In a delicate moment for Europe, finance represents a fundamental engine to relaunch the growth. Forming future managers for this sector of the economy is an important mission for our program. In addition to this," continues Gatti "the special Path to Entrepreneurship, the Concentration in Luxury Business Management and a very diverse and relational class, make our MBA a 360 degree international experience in management."
“In a highly competitive market like that of the Full-Time MBA programs, to continue to improve year after year is an excellent result" comments Giuseppe Soda, Dean of the SDA Bocconi School of Management. "SDA Bocconi and its Full-Time MBA are an Italian excellence in the world: growing people's and organization's value; creating and disseminating knowledge, with passion, integrity and true cultural independence; investing in internationalization and innovation to consolidate the growth of our School is our contribution to the growth and mobility of knowledge, talent, and human capital."
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