25 October 2023

QS Rankings: POLIMI Graduate School of Management's master in Digital Supply Chain is 9th in the world


The latest Quacquarelli Symonds rankings certify the excellence of the Politecnico di Milano business school: Digital Supply Chain Management and the Full-Time MBA are among the best-rated courses

The excellence of the postgraduate offer of POLIMI Graduate School of Management the business school that is part of the Politecnico di Milano School of Management – has once again confirmed itself at international level. Again this year, the Milanese University business school’s Full-Time MBA and Specialising Masters are placed at the top of the QS Global MBA and MBA by Specialisation & Business Master’s 2024 Rankings, published today by the global higher education consulting firm Quacquarelli Symonds (QS), which has examined about 1,000 masters around the world.


The International Master in Digital Supply Chain ManagementOperations, Procurement & Logistics (iMSCPM), has achieved an excellent result 9th in the world distinguished by its level of employability and value for money. Looking at these two criteria alone, the Milanese business school is ranked 6th and 14th in the world respectively, demonstrating the high quality of POLIMI GSoM's specialist training also on vertical topics, such as the digitalisation of the supply chain.


The Milanese business school also features with excellent results in the relative rankings with the specialising masters in Marketing (at no. 36 out of 131 schools), in Project Management (37/201), in Business Analytics (48/149) and in Finance (70/206).


The recognition of the value of POLIMI GSoM’s range of training is not, however, limited to specialising masters alone. QS has also drawn up a classification of the best Global MBAs, the Masters in Business Administration that the Politecnico di Milano business school addresses to professionals and managers from all over the world. The Full-Time MBA confirms its position in the top 100, ranking 26th in Europe (out of 80) and 76th in the world (out of 315), and which stands out above all for its Class & Faculty diversity (27th in Europe and 44th in the world) and for the high degree of employability of post-graduation students (20th in Europe and 76th in the world).


We are very proud of the recognition of the quality of our offer relating to a key sector in this era of transitions such as that of the digital supply chain,” said Vittorio Chiesa and Federico Frattini, respectively President and Dean of POLIMI Graduate School of Management. “The confirmation of being confirmed as among the best in the world with our Full-Time MBA was also particularly important to us. Seeing our flagship programme stand out also for its employability shows how our school is working better and better to facilitate the matching of supply and demand in a constantly changing job market.”


All information on the Masters and MBAs can be found on the POLIMI Graduate School of Management website.


25 October 2023

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