CBS jumps 18 places in the Financial Times European Business School Ranking
”I wanted to study the development of personal leadership, entrepreneurship and CSR. I got all three of them at CBS”. These are the words of a CBS graduate and have been highlighted by Financial Times in their latest annual ranking of European business schools.
CBS has jumped 18 places in Financial Times’ ranking and is now no. 33 among the best business schools in Europe.
Gregor Halff, Dean of Education, CBS:
“We are in excellent company of other leading universities in Europe. CBS in place no. 33 shows that we’re taking the right decisions about the quality of our programmes. As such, we can attract prominent professors and promising students that strengthen our ties to business and society”, says Gregor Halff.
Read the Financial Times European Business School Ranking 2018
Good wages and competent course participants
CBS is ranked on the basis of the Full-time MBA, the Executive MBA (EMBA) and CBS’ international MSc programmes in economics and business administration. The major leap forward is owing to the fact that CBS reappeared in the global Executive MBA ranking and that CBS entered the MBA ranking for the first time this year.
Executive MBA (EMBA) is performing well this year, primarily because the income of the course participants has increased by 57%. The participants are also scoring well on the basis of their job experience, which means that the classes consist of extremely skilled people.
Read more about Financial Times Executive MBA Ranking 2018
The CBS Full-time MBA has been praised for their participants getting value for their invested money. Graduates are also very well supported and skilled in moving their career from one country to another.
Read more about Financial Times Global MBA Ranking 2018
CBS takes the largest leap among the Northern business schools
Benchmarking ourselves against the other Nordic business schools, CBS has taken the largest leap. Norwegian Business School is four places down and is now no. 37, while the Stockholm School of Economics is up two places and still higher than CBS on place no. 25.
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Mia Cudrio Thomsen, Senior Advisor
Matilde Hørmand-Pallesen, Journalist, CBS