The program moves up 5 positions in the
The program moves up 5 positions in the Financial Times Global MBA Ranking 2015 and is now placed 26th in the World and 10th in Europe.
After all the important acknowledgements in the main 2014 international rankings, which ended with SDA Bocconi placing 8th among the best European business schools in the FT, the School made a positive start to 2015 with its MBA program gaining five positions in the table of the best MBA programs published today by Financial Times. The School, the only Italian present in the ranking of the top 100 programs, now places 26th in the World and 10th in Europe.
The ranking is based on around 20 criteria, including ratings by Alumni three years after their Graduation and data provided by the schools, and the SDA Bocconi MBA distinguishes itself, among other things, for its post-MBA salary increase (+107%), its value-for-money (ranked 23rd in the World), the international mobility of its graduates (22nd in the World) and the value of the international experiences offered during the program (13th in the World).
“The improvement of five positions worldwide and entry into the European top 10 are a great satisfaction and certify the quality of the contents of our MBA, of the faculty and of relations with companies. This further progress in the prestigious international ranking of FT also confirms the value of the investment made by our students and alumni in choosing our MBA” comments Bruno Busacca, Dean of SDA Bocconi School of Management.
"The result is very good and rewards the efforts of a brilliant team of professionals in reaching great levels of excellence. As I often like to say, improvement is always difficult. Continuing to improve, as in our case, is the real challenge we want to embrace” says Stefano Gatti, Director of the Full-time MBA at SDA Bocconi.