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Four Portuguese Business Schools in the Top 50 of Financial Times Ranking

23 de May, 2022

Four Portuguese Business Schools in the Top 50 of Financial Times Ranking

Discover the four Portuguese business schools that made it into the top 50 of the Financial Times ranking. Read now on Atlantic Bridge.
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With four schools in the top 50 of the Financial Times’ ranking for executive training, Portugal is the third best represented country on this list, behind France and the United Kingdom.

In this FT ranking that evaluates management training programmes for executives, Nova School of Business and Economics (Nova SBE) once again presents the best classification. The business school located in Carcavelos (Oeiras) appears in 22nd position overall, in a list that combines the evaluation of the so-called programmes open to the public and designed for companies.

“In the 2022 edition, Nova SBE has a rise of more than 20 positions, both in the general ranking of schools, where it stands out as the highest ranked Portuguese school, as well as in the specific rankings for Open Programmes and Customised Programmes,” highlights the institution that figures in “1st place in Portugal for the third consecutive year”.

The Católica Lisbon School of Business and Economics is in the 27th position, thanks mainly to the very good evaluation achieved for the so-called ‘customised’ programmes, i.e. directed to companies. In this particular area, Católica-Lisbon occupies the “19th position worldwide and 12th in Europe, being the leader in Portugal, in what is the best result ever”, underlines the school, also in a press release.

Porto Business School (PBS) moved up several positions, consolidating its presence in the top 50: it is in 40th place, followed by the newcomer ISEG (Instituto Superior de Economia e Gestão, in Lisbon).

Porto Business School

“Portugal consolidates its international reputation as a leading destination for those seeking executive education of excellence,” congratulates PBS, in a statement.

ISEG – Lisbon School of Economics and Management, from the University of Lisbon, debuts in this ranking and completes the list of four representatives. “On the day we celebrate 111 years we have this excellent news!”, notes the director of ISEG, Clara Raposo.

Hec Paris (Paris/Qatar), Iese Business School (Spain/USA/Brazil/Germany) and IMD Business School (Switzerland) lead this executive training ranking, which is one of seven that the English publication publishes annually and that assesses parameters such as the applicability of the knowledge acquired, partner schools, international participants, teaching methods and global client satisfaction.

At the end of each year, the FT releases what it considers to be the list of the best business schools in Europe. Nova SBE and Católica-Lisbon were last year in the top 30.

Article originally published in Expresso newspaper.

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