SDA Bocconi 7th worldwide for Executive Education in FT rankingTHE BUSINESS SCHOOL CLIMBS FIVE PLACES IN THE OVERALL RANKING. 3RD IN EUROPE FOR CUSTOM PROGRAMS
The quality of SDA Bocconi’s teaching continues to grow. The Financial Times 2022 Executive Education Combined Ranking brings our School to new global success. This ranking combines two rankings: Custom Programs, i.e. the customized courses designed together with and for companies, and the open-enrollment Executive Programs that we offer to professionals and organizations. Combining the two rankings, SDA Bocconi’s Executive Education enters the global Top Ten, making 7th place by climbing 5 places compared to the 2020 ranking. The secret of our success? The ability to provide our participants with increasingly personalized experiences, and to constantly innovate our educational content through research.
#3 in Europe for Custom Programs
SDA Bocconi is on the European podium in 3rd place. Positive reviews came from overall satisfaction of participants and their inclination for future use – the likelihood that clients would reuse the same school for other programs again in the future. Here, SDA Bocconi tops the ranking and hits the 1st place worldwide.
Executive Programs moving up 12 places globally
Open-enrollment programs also continues their growth. Moving up 12 places since 2020, SDA Bocconi has now entered the European Top 10. This data is especially noteworthy considering that our open-enrollment programs target almost exclusively the Italian market. It is once again participant satisfaction that drives the result: the introduction of strong personalization elements is widely appreciated and enhances the educational value of the SDA Bocconi experience. Participants particularly appreciated the follow-up offered during and after training.
“The focus of our entire offer is personalization.” says Giuseppe Soda, Dean for SDA Bocconi. “These important and consistent results are the outcome of a collective effort towards designing innovative learning journeys that strongly impact the development of people and organizations. They also mirror our mission to create knowledge that fuels lifelong learning experiences through the research work of our faculty, emphasizing the bond with companies and participants, and the quality of our interaction with them.”
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