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Porto Business School continues rising in the Financial Times European ranking

Porto Business School continues rising in the Financial Times European ranking
Porto. · 13 Dec 2021

Porto Business School has been for ten consecutive years among the best European business schools, according to the Financial Times. The 2021 ranking saw an increase of 13 positions of the Porto institution, being the fifth that rose most among the 95 schools considered.

Currently, Porto Business School occupies the 66th position and this is due to the institution's results in the Executive Education category, with the 31st place in custom executive education and the 42nd in open training, the 42nd position of The International MBA and the 62nd position of the Executive MBA.

For Porto Business School "these results reflect the continuous evolution and growing adaptation to the demands of an increasingly disruptive world, based on digital transformation and sustainable growth", says in a statement.

In the words of the Director of Porto Business School, "we could not be more motivated to continue to present innovative solutions within our training offer”. "In a volatile and uncertain context, which encourages us all to be updated and well prepared for the challenges of the professional market, it is gratifying to see Porto Business School reinforcing its role as an international reference in the area of management training", adds Ramon O'Callaghan.

The Financial Times rankings are published annually and distinguish not only the best European business schools as a whole but also individual MBA programs, EMBA, Masters in Finance and Management, as well as online MBA and executive training programs.

Criteria such as the average salary after training and the cost-benefit ratio are used to evaluate the programs.