95 schools are included in this year’s ranking. It measures the schools’ quality and breadth of programs, including MBA, EMBA, MIM and Executive Education. SSE rose two places due to improved performance in various categories in the executive MBA and MIB programs, including career progression, measuring changes in the level of seniority, and the size of the organizations for which alumni work. SSE places fourth in Europe in the FT’s Master in Management ranking and 31st for the SSE MBA. SSE’s open executive programs were ranked 6th in Europe and custom programs were ranked 16th.

SSE remains at the lead of the eight Nordic schools.

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