Financial Times: Executive Education Custom Rankings 2016
The School of Management of Politecnico di Milano once again among the top 85 in the world for its customised executive education

23 - 05 - 2016

The School of Management of Politecnico di Milano holds its position as one of the best business schools in the world, with results that highlight its international outlook and innovative approach. For the sixth year running, the Financial Times’ Executive Education Custom Rankings 2016, published today, includes the School in its rankings of the top 85 customised executive education programmes worldwide. These programmes are designed by business schools jointly with client companies for their senior management and high potential employees.
The Financial Times uses a number of parameters to compile its yearly rankings, many based upon feedback from course attendees, CEOs and HR Directors.

In 2016, the School of Management of Politecnico di Milano has again reconfirmed its excellent position and world class status for many of the parameters evaluated. These factors include its level of interaction with companies in designing the courses and its capacity to support them even after they have completed their courses; bringing new skills to the workplace; the quality of teaching and non-teaching staff and its highly international faculty; its partnership with other leading business schools and innovative teaching methods; the economic return in terms of career advancement and levels of pay.