The Financial Times (FT) ranking for the best Business Schools in Europe places Nova School of Business and Economics in 23rd place, ahead of schools such as Aalto University (Finland), Copenhagen Business School (Denmark), and University College Dublin (Ireland).
This ranking highlights Nova SBE’s academic excellence as well as its multicultural and inclusive environment, with a teaching faculty that is 100% doctorate and 37% women. These factors, together with a strong emphasis on leading edge issues, close corporate ties, and career orientation, contribute to the outstanding 100% placement rate of the graduates.
According to Professor Daniel Traça, Dean of Nova SBE, the School’s position in the FT ranking reflects the School’s rise to the top, underscoring that being the best Portuguese school in this rankinkg (ex-aequo) "is the result of our commitment to internationalization, one of the milestones in the Nova SBE project".
The European Business Schools Ranking includes the School’s results in the following rankings: MBA Full-time; MBA Part-time; Executive Education Open Enrollment and Customized Programs; and Masters in Management. This does not take into account the additional 14th worldwide place of Nova’s International Master in Finance.
With the triple-crown accreditation (AACSB, EQUIS, and AMBA) and being ranked among the 100 best in the world by Eduniversal (5 Palms), Nova SBE offers degrees in Management and Economics, masters and doctorates in the areas of Economics, Finance, and Management, as well as Executive Education programs and MBAs.