The Lisbon MBA International, the result of a partnership between Lisbon’s Nova and Católica universities, has climbed 16 places in the Financial Times ranking, and is now considered the 36th best MBA in the world.
The annual Financial Times ranking is drawn up using various criteria such as the salaries three years after the end of the course, the percentage of students who get a job in the three months after the end of the MBA or the proportion of women on the teaching staff.
The first place in the raking went to Harvard Business School again and then came the London Business School and the University of Pennsylvania: Wharton, which both went up one place compared with last year knocking Stanford Graduate School of Business into fourth (last year it was second).
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