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Politecnico di Milano School of Management up three places in the Financial Times’ rankings

05 - 12 - 2016

Our School has been listed among the top 90 in Europe for the past eight years, and today is now up to 42nd place. The courses classified are the Full-time MBA, the Executive MBA, the Master of Science in Management Engineering, the Customised Executive Programmes for business and the Open Executive Programmes for managers and professionals.

The School of Management of Politecnico di Milano is proud to be have included in the Financial Times’ rankings of the best 90 European business schools for eight years and today the influential London-based financial paper has been awarded a score ranking it up by three places. SoM is now 42nd in Europe.

Every year, the FT publishes a classification of the best MBAs, Executive MBAs, Masters in Management, and both Open and Customised Executive Education courses. There are many parameters that come into play to determine each position in the list, and among the aspects that stand out in particular are the graduates’ opinion of their teachers and the course in general, the students’ level of pay and their career prospects after graduating, and the School’s international outlook.

Listed in international rankings since 2009, once again this year the School of Management of Politecnico di Milano is ranked for a good number of products:  

  • Full-time MBA
  • Executive MBA
  • Master of Science in Management Engineering
  • Customised Executive Programmes for business
  • Open Executive Programmes for managers and professionals

 
SoM is composed of the Department of Management Engineering and MIP, the business school of the Milan-based university. “Our superb result of today is not a fluke, and has been achieved through a bold process of growth and international outlook, and the School has been pursuing this path assiduously over many years”, explain Cristina Masella and Andrea Sianesi, Department Director and MIP Dean, respectively. They conclude: “Our rise in the FT rankings is an unequivocal acknowledgement for our School, and especially so for our students and for the companies that are our business clients, showing show how greatly they welcome the breadth and quality of our teaching and educational programmes”.