Porto Business School is, for the tenth consecutive year, among the best European Business Schools. Among the 95 best European Business Schools present in the 2021 edition, the Business School of University of Porto registered the 5th highest rise in the ranking; having moved up 13 positions and reaching the 66th position.
This rise mirrors the outcomes of Porto Business School in the categories of Executive Education, where it occupies the 31st and 41st position in the Custom and Open Executive Programmes respectively, the 42nd position in The International MBA, the full time MBA program and the 62nd position of The Executive MBA. These results reflect the continuous evolution and growing adaptation of Porto Business School to the demands of an increasingly disruptive world, based on digital transformation and sustainable growth.
Ramon O’Callaghan, dean of Porto Business School, highlights: “we are very proud of these results and for achieving a prominent position among the 5 Business Schools that moves up the most positions in the Financial Times ranking, which evaluates nearly 100 institutions. We couldn’t be more motivated to continue presenting innovative solutions within our training offer”.
The dean of Porto Business School adds: “in a volatile and uncertain context, which urges us to keep updated and well prepared to the job market challenges, it is fulfilling to see Porto Business School strengthening its role as an international reference in the field of executive training in management”.
As Porto Business School, the 2021 ranking also includes three more Portuguese Business Schools, in a top ranking led by countries such as France, the United Kingdom and Spain. Unlike other schools in the ranking, the position of Porto Business School competes only in three of the four categories that contribute to the final score of this European ranking.
About the rankings Financial Times
Annually Financial Times publishes seven rankings segmented into the categories of MBA, EMBA, Masters in Finance, Masters in Management and online MBA programs, as well as executive training programs. as these rankings, at the end of the year, it also launches a ranking with the best European Business Schools.
These rankings aim to share the best training available in the market, in particularly to those who want to invest in their training and improve their skills in the field of management.
The programs are evaluated according to a set of criteria, which include the average income after the training, relation cost-benefit and the last ranking launched by Financial Times.