22 May 2023

FT Executive Education Ranking 2023:POLIMI Graduate School of Management among the top 10 european technical business schools


The ranking of the British newspaper confirms the excellence of the training courses dedicated to top managers

The Financial Times confirms POLIMI Graduate School of Management, part of the Politecnico di Milano School of Management, among the best seventy-five business schools in the world for the quality of Executive programmes dedicated to professionals, entrepreneurs and companies. According to the Executive Education Ranking 2023, the business school of Politecnico di Milano improves its position compared to 2022, reaching 54th place for Customised courses, i.e. courses tailor made in partnership with companies and provided to managers, executives and employees with high potential, and in 69th position for the range of training relating to Open programmes (those dedicated to senior managers and professionals who choose their own training path independently). If we consider only schools linked to “technical” universities, POLIMI Graduate School of Management is confirmed in the top 10 in Europe.

With regard to the Executive Customised courses, the business school of Politecnico di Milano rose from 56th to 54th place, climbing two positions with respect to last year. Among the parameters taken into account, POLIMI Graduate School of Management continues to stand out particularly for the standard of its programmes with international clients, where the School consolidates its position among the top 20 institutions in the world, and partnerships with other business schools, where it is confirmed as being among the top 15 in the world.

As regards the Executive Open programmes, on the other hand, the parameters relating to the gender balance in the classrooms and the international nature of the courses stand out.

After entering the Financial Times Executive Education Ranking for the first time in 2011, the business school of Politecnico di Milano has improved its position over the years, moving from 81st place in 2021 to 54th this year in the Executive Customised courses. This is a significant achievement, referring to those paths that are created to meet the needs of companies and developed in a highly personalised way. Companies of various sizes have chosen POLIMI Graduate School of Management to create and provide tailor-made training courses for their leaders, on the most strategic topics to emerge in a competitive and evolving market: big data, digital transformation, diversity and inclusion, energy management, finance, marketing, personal and soft skills, to name just a few.

“The confirmation of our presence in the Financial Times ranking is always a source of satisfaction that repays us for the commitment of our entire organisation”, said Vittorio Chiesa and Federico Frattini, respectively President and Dean of POLIMI Graduate School of Management. “The new generations of students and managers have rapidly changing educational needs in a world struggling with momentous transitions. POLIMI Graduate School of Management has long been developing its range of Executive education in line with the radical changes of recent years and designed increasingly  in synergy with the best international schools recognised by the most important accreditation bodies such as EQUIS and AACSB to reach an audience that is constantly more international. We believe that this, too, is an important element that distinguishes our School and that reaffirms the centrality of education, not only as a mechanical transfer of knowledge but as an engine for improving society.”

22 May 2023

No article found