FT Ranking, SDA Bocconi Goes into Fourth Gear
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FT Ranking, SDA Bocconi Goes into Fourth Gear

BOCCONI'S SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT RISES TO 4TH PLACE IN THE RANKING OF EUROPE'S BEST BUSINESS SCHOOLS PUBLISHED BY THE FINANCIAL TIMES

A series of positive evaluations and placements in the various Financial Times rankings over the course of 2022, from master's degrees to courses for managers, allows SDA Bocconi School of Management to move up one position and place 4th in the 2022 ranking of the best European business schools.
 
The Financial Times ranking is compiled by weighing in equal parts (25%) the results obtained by European schools in four rankings that the newspaper carries out during the year related to: Master of Science in management, MBA (Master of business administration), the EMBA, (Executive MBA) and executive education - both custom and open programs.
 
In the various individual rankings the SDA programs have distinguished themselves for ratings obtained in criteria such as return on investment for graduates and their career progress, international experience of participants, and their satisfaction with the programs and services offered.
 
"Taking another step forward in the year-end FT rankings is an important and prestigious achievement. What matters most, beyond the individual result," comments Stefano Caselli, Dean of SDA Bocconi, "is our constant presence for years in the group of the best European business schools. This is an acknowledgement of the value of our community, made up of companies, institutions and participants in our programs, of our master's programs and research activities, which make the School a unique place of exchange, impact and growth."  
 



 

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