Financial Times confirms SDA Bocconi’s place in the Top 5 best business schools in Europe

The European Business School Ranking 2023 has been rewarding the School's commitment and impact for more than 10 years.


Once again, the Financial Times ranking confirms SDA Bocconi as one of the best European business schools. It's yet another accolade that sees the School take 5th place and remain firmly in the Top 5 of the continent's best institutions. 

Beyond the numbers, the ranking represents a significant achievement for the School, which for more than 10 years has been rated by the Financial Times as one of the most authoritative business schools in Europe. This testifies to its ability to innovate and evolve, offering its participants the opportunity to create relevant impact with respect to changes in the socioeconomic and market environment. 

On this point, Dean Stefano Caselli says, "For more than a decade, SDA Bocconi has consistently ranked among the best business schools in Europe, an achievement that testifies to our relentless commitment to excellence in education. This recognition in the Financial Times ranking is not only an honor, but is also testament to the robust and consistent impact our institution continues to have in shaping the leaders of tomorrow. We are proud of this path and are committed to maintaining these high standards of quality and innovation in the world of business education."

In this sense, the Financial Times ranking rewards the SDA Bocconi Faculty and Staff's ability to offer a cutting-edge educational experience, putting people in a position to bring value to their careers, their companies and their communities. 


SDA Bocconi School of Management

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