The FT MBA climbs three positions and is the only Italian program in the top 100

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SDA Bocconi School of Management is now 39th in the world and 14th in Europe, despite the rankings becoming more competitive as the efforts of the traditional Business Schools increase and new entrants emerge.

The Full-Time MBA of SDA Bocconi climbs three positions in the world and one in Europe in the Global MBA Ranking published in the Financial Times. The MBA of the Milanese Business School is currently ranked as 39th in the world and 14th in Europe.

“In the market for managerial education, where there is increasing investment by Business Schools from America and northern Europe and many new Schools have recently entered with this type of program, our improvement is significant”, commented Bruno Busacca, Dean of SDA Bocconi School of Management.

The ranking is based on 20 parameters, put together from data provided by Schools and Alumni evaluations. As Gianmario Verona, Director of the SDA Bocconi MBA, explains “The position comes from good results in all parameters, with particularly strong scores in the internationalisation of the class and in value for money, measured as the ratio between the difference in salary experienced by participants after graduating from the program and the cost of the program itself”.

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