QS World University Rankings by Program 2020
Global MBAs and Specialising Masters: Politecnico di Milano’s School of Management stays among the best business schools in the world
QS World University Rankings 2020 confirm high positionings for Masters in Management, Business Analytics, Finance and Marketing and Full-Time MBA.
Among the Business School’s strengths are the ease with which its students have access to the business world, its particular care for diversity and its “thought leadership”.
Greater opportunities to enter the business world, a high return on investment, excellent quality-price ratio and particular care for diversity: these are several of the “plus” points that once again place Politecnico di Milano’s School of Management among the best business schools in the world. This position is endorsed by the QS World University Rankings 2020, with this international classification of Master programs giving stand-out scores for the School’s Specialising Masters in Management, Business Analytics, Finance and Marketing and Full-Time MBAs. The just released 2020 rankings analysed nearly 700 courses offered by 400 Business Schools and Universities in 50 countries across the world.
The School of Management of Politecnico di Milano is always placed in the upper regions of the rankings. The International Master in Project Management (iMPM), once again performed best at global level, with above average scores for “Value for Money”, “Employability” and “Thought Leadership”.
The Full-Time MBA also performed well and, within the Global MBA Rankings, is in 33rd place among the European programmes examined, and is very competitive for “Employability” and “Diversity”, an indicator measuring the percentage of women and non-Italian nationals in both the student body and the faculty.
“Our reputation remains solid in Europe and around the world”, notes Andrea Sianesi, Dean of MIP Politecnico di Milano, “this underlines our sound and valid choices, first and foremost our process of internationalisation and the attention to diversity in all its forms”.
The School of Management of Politecnico di Milano brings together the Department of Management Engineering and MIP, the Business School of the Milan-based university.