Financial Times annually publishes a ranking of the world’s best business schools offering different types of management and leadership development programs. It is the most significant recurring ranking made by any business-oriented leadership training institution. For the 17th consecutive year, SSE Executive Education is listed as the best player in the Nordic and Baltic countries. SSE Executive Education also climbs in the combined ranking, and is now in 26th place (compared with 28th last year) in the international ranking of the world’s best business schools.
“The results from Financial Times show that we have satisfied participants and satisfied clients. We are among the leading institutions of this kind in the world and by far the best in the Nordic region since many years. Being placed so high among international competition is a strong acknowledgment of our relevance, and at the same time an indication of the great interest around the world for the unique and successful model of Swedish leadership. However, to maintain our position, we must continue to develop, challenge ourselves and constantly strive to be even better”, says Anders Richtnér, CEO of SSE Executive Education.
“There are thousands of management and leadership programs offered today – competition is fierce, hence I feel even more proud that we are so good”, continues Richtnér.
More information about the ranking can be found on the Financial Times website; https://www.ft.com/topics/themes/executive-education
For more information, please contact:
CEO, SSE Executive Education
Tel: +46 8 459 77 27