Another international acclaim for Politecnico di Milano’s School of Management, this time for its long-standing Master in Management Engineering. In the Financial Times’ Global Masters in Management 2017 Ranking published today, the School’s Master of Science in Management Engineering joins the list of the 95 best programmes in the world in absolute terms and is also listed among the six best programmes world-wide in Management Engineering.
The Financial Times’ ranking includes only six Masters in Management Engineering that can be directly compared to ours,
explains Stefano Ronchi, President of the Degree course in Manage-ment Engineering at Politecnico di Milano.
The specific feature of the School of Management of Politecnico di Milano is that of teaching traditional courses in Economics, Finance and Manage-ment alongside Engineering and Technology, subjects that are gaining increasing importance for sustainable development within our society. We are, therefore, able to give our students a strong basis in management, while developing their mind analytically, so that they can apply an engi-neering mindset to identifying and solving problems.
The School of Management of Politecnico di Milano was created by bringing together the Department of Management Engineering and MIP, the Business School of the Milan-based university.
In a joint statement, Alessandro Perego and Andrea Sianesi, the Department’s Director and the President and Dean of MIP, respectively, explain:
Our decision to concentrate on an international approach and outlook has once again proved to be a winning strategy, allowing us to keep in step with the best management schools in the world. The FT’s recognition is, as always, extremely important for all our Master students, alumni and graduates.