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The Financial Times Global Executive MBA 2020: The School of Management of Politecnico di Milano among the best in the world.

MIP, the Graduate School of Business belonging to the School of Management, enters the FT international rankings with its Executive MBA, a programme listed for the second time in its history and described as outstanding for its commitment to CRS.

 

MIP Politecnico di Milano Graduate School of Business joins The Financial Times Executive MBA Ranking 2020, for the second time in its history, with its 100th place in this acclaimed international classification. After its 94th place in 2010, the Business School of Politecnico di Milano is once again among the schools recognised for the quality of their Executive MBA programmes.

 

MIP’s Executive MBA is in 35th place for its focus and care for issues of sustainability and CSR, in 71st place for international diversity and 80th according to the parameter that examines research carried out at the School of Management. It also scores highly for the quota of women in the faculty (Female faulty, 41%), and on the School of Management’s Advisory Board (Women on board, 50%).

 

Compared to the European ranking for 2019, other improved parameters are average salary three years after graduating, up by 9% on last year, and increase in salary after graduation, up from 43% in 2019 to 49% in 2020.

 

Overall, the School of Management is one of only thee technical universities with a Business School or a Department of Management in the classification, behind Imperial College (UK) and Aalto University (Finland).

 

Vittorio Chiesa and Federico Frattini, President and Dean of MIP Politecnico di Milano, respectively: “It gives us tremendous pleasure to see our Executive MBA rewarded by such an authoritative ranking as that compiled by the Financial Times. Joining the top 100 programmes in the world once again after a ten-year break is a great achievement and will encourage us to continue our work of further improving the quality of our educational offer

 

View the full Financial Times Executive MBA 2020 Ranking table here


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