On May 23rd, Financial Times published its annual ranking of the world’s best providers of executive education. While retaining its position as the premier executive education provider in the Nordic region for the 16th consecutive year, Stockholm School of Economics Executive Education also improved in the global ranking.
Once a year, Financial Times publishes its ranking of the world’s best executive education providers offering executive management and leadership development programs. This is the largest recurring ranking in the industry, and SSE Executive Education has been number one among the Nordic countries for 16 consecutive years.
The ranking is based on surveys where buyers and participants from various disciplines of the programs – such as leadership, strategy, innovation, management and finance – evaluate the providers.
“To be perceived as the best provider of executive education in the Nordic region, on a list where customer experience is a key measurement, makes us especially proud. Also, the fact that we maintain the position of #1 Nordic provider of executive education over time shows that we help our customers’ achieve their goals by delivering true value to them. This is proof of us working in the right direction” said Ingrid Engström, CEO of SSE Executive Education.
In the global survey, SSE Executive Education ranked in place 28 for the combined ranking. The Financial Times Executive Education ranking ranks both open programs, where SSE Executive Education improved to 31st from 37th last year, and customized programs, where SSE Executive Education was ranked in 30th place, also an improvement over last year’s performance.