In the Financial Times ranking of programs for managers and companies, SDA Bocconi School of Management ranks 4th in the world and 3rd in Europe
Thanks to the high degree of satisfaction of participants and companies, which places the school 1st in the world for their likelihood to repeat an educational experience at the school, SDA Bocconi School of Management has further climbed the 2019 Executive Education ranking published today by Financial Times. In the ranking of customized programs Bocconi’s business school ranks 4th in the world, gaining three positions compared to 2018. In the general ranking, which comprises open and customized programs, SDA reaches 9th place in the world and 7th in Europe.
"There are not many international rankings in which Italian institutions are in the top positions in the world," comments Giuseppe Soda, Dean of SDA Bocconi, "so we are very proud to represent Italy and Bocconi in the best way in an increasingly competitive environment in which the best business schools are compared. These results are never random, but are the fruit of commitment, quality, focus, international outlook, investment and team spirit.”
The FT's Executive Education ranking measures the quality of open and customized programs through various parameters - 80% of which are evaluated on the basis of opinions provided by participants and companies.
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