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SSE Executive Education tops the Nordic ranking for 20th year running

The Stockholm School of Economics (SSE) Executive Education ranks the highest in the Nordics and Baltics for management and leadership development – for the 20th consecutive year. This according to the Financial Times, who recently published its annual best business-school ranking. Globally, SSE Executive Education comes in at number 19.

These results come from the world’s largest, annual, executive-education assessment in which the Financial Times compares the world's leading business schools that offer executive education programs (higher management and leadership development programs).

“Despite the pandemic, we consistently and methodically strive to deliver increased value to our clients and participants,” said Anders Richtnér, CEO, SSE Executive Education. “We’re delighted that the Financial Times recognizes our efforts. Research-based knowledge forms the foundation of our customer value proposition. And we know from experience that this has a real impact on our clients.”

The SSE Executive Education program was launched to strengthen Swedish business and industry. Since 1969, the program has helped companies and organizations develop and grow their operations, executives, employees, and specialists. In 2019, the program celebrated its 50th anniversary. Close cooperation and partnerships with clients contributed substantially to its long-term success. Together, they have succeeded in creating programs that develop clients’ executives and employees and subsequently, their businesses and competitiveness.

“I’m also delighted that we invested in digital deliveries early on,” said Richtnér. “Consequently, our preparedness for the current crisis was relatively good, and I hope that this will be visible in next year's ranking.”


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