SSE programs listed in the new FT Executive Education rankings
The 2016 Financial Times Executive Education worldwide ranking was published today, Monday 23 May. The results are very important in our customer focus and work with continuous improvement and innovation.
For a consecutive 16 years, Stockholm School of Economics Executive Education maintains the position as number 1 in the Nordics and Baltic region. This year we improved our position and came out number 30, out of 85 top business schools worldwide. We consider the results to be strong with a positive trend in an increasingly competitive business.
The annual Financial Times rankings of executive education providers is one of many important measures for us to understand how you as our customers perceive our services, our quality and the value we deliver to you and your organization.
The two dimensions our customers rate us highest, is in “value for money” and “aims achieved”, two core aspects of Executive Education.