SDA Bocconi in seventh heaven with Bloomberg Businessweek


Thanks to the positive opinion of graduates and recruiters, the MBA of the school gains one position and reaches 7th place in the ranking of the best programs taught outside the US

The survey of Bloomberg Businessweek among graduates and recruiters worldwide confirms the high value of the MBA of SDA Bocconi school of management in offering a program that positively impacts on the careers of participants and best prepares graduates with the skills requested by the job market. The program in fact gains one position and places 7th in the rarefied group of the Best International Business Schools 2017 ranking which ranks the best programs taught outside of the US.
The ranking of Bloomberg Businessweek, focuses on how well the schools channel their graduates into good jobs. The criteria used includes feedback from over 600 recruiters worldwide on the programs they consider best deliver the skills they seek in MBA hires  (35% of the total score), a survey of the alumni from the classes of 2009, 2010 and 2011 on how their MBA affected their careers and salary change (30%), a survey of the latest class with their opinion on faculty, career services, campus, etc. (15%), data on placement within 3 months of graduation (10%) and data on how much MBAs make in their first jobs after graduation (10%). Only 31 schools are included in the ranking of the best international programs.
SDA Bocconi also asserts itself again as the only Italian business school present in all the most important international rankings, including Financial Times, Forbes and The Economist.

Source: ViaSafatti25


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