Nova SBE is the only Portuguese school to be present with 2 masters in this Financial Times ranking.
The Financial Times has ranked both Masters in Management offered by Nova School of Business and Economics as the best in Portugal and among the best in the world - this result was published today in theglobal FT ranking 2014 for pre-experience Masters in Management.
Both Masters in Management taught at Nova SBE improved upon their position in relation to last year’s ranking (the Masters in Management has risen 6 places, and the CEMS MIM has risen 2 places), underlining the success of the strategy that the school has been implementing over the last decade.
According to the FT ranking, Nova SBE is the top Portuguese school regarding internationalization, and also the one that provides the greatest international mobility to its students. Also worth mentioning is that the annual salary after completion of the masters in Management varies from USD 41,000 to USD 63,000 – way above the national average. Nova SBE positions itself as the Portuguese school with the best return on investment for a masters in Management.
José Ferreira Machado, Dean of Nova SBE, commented that these results reflect the school’s commitment to an excellent learning experience: "Our team has an enormous sense of mission, focused on improving the perception of Portugal worldwide and attracting the best talent to our country. We have to congratulate Nova SBE for this achievement, of which I’m extremely proud".