12 February 2024

Financial Times: POLIMI Graduate School of Management's MBA among the best in the world


The Politecnico di Milano School of Management is second at European level among those belonging to a technical university according to the FT Global MBA Ranking 2024 

POLIMI Graduate School of Management – the business school that is part of the Politecnico di Milano School of Management – is confirmed among the 100 best business schools in the world. According to the Financial Times Global MBA Ranking 2024, published today, the Politecnico Business School ranks second in Europe among the schools belonging to a technical university (namely, Politecnico di Milano), behind only Imperial College Business School (UK). In the overall classification, the Milanese business school is in 97th place, demonstrating the globally recognised excellence of its Full-Time MBA, the flagship programme aimed at professionals from all over the world. 

"This recognition by the Financial Times makes us proud and gives us great satisfaction", said Vittorio Chiesa and Federico Frattini, respectively President and Dean of POLIMI Graduate School of Management. POLIMI GSoM continues to confirm itself as being at the forefront in international management training. In this case, the value of our Full-Time MBA – the flagship Master's degree for every business school worldwide – has been recognised. These achievements reflect our unremitting commitment to providing high-quality education that integrates awareness, human capabilities and technical skills, preparing responsible leaders who can help build a more equitable and inclusive society."

The Full-Time MBA (the Master in Business Administration designed for professionals at the beginning of their career or recent graduates) ranks 21st in the world for the impact of the hours of training on CSR topics (ethics, green, social responsibility) on the total duration of the course (the Environmental, Social and Governance criterion).The MBA is also 6th in the world for educational activities, exchanges and internships abroad offered to students (the International course experience criterion). The recognition (36th place) for the International mobility criterion is significant, calculated by considering the citizenship of the students and the country in which they worked before their Master’s degree, once the course has been completed and then three years after graduation. The ranking is up compared to the 73% share of international students. The evaluation of the Salary increase is also significant, i.e. the level of a manager’s remuneration three years after graduation and the relative difference compared to the pre-Master period: on average, after completing their Master’s degree, the salary of POLIMI Graduate School of Management’s alumni increases by 78% compared to the years prior to enrolment. 

POLIMI Graduate School of Management’s educational portfolio includes over 40 Masters, including 7 MBAs and Executive MBAs, more than 300 executive open programmes and various tailor-made training courses for companies. Each year, it collaborates with more than 100 companies, creating over 200 tailor-made training programmes, providing more than 4,000 hours of training and involving over 30,000 employees of partner companies.

The Financial Times Global MBA Ranking 2024 is available here

12 February 2024

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