Principal Ingmar Björkman expressed his pride and stated: “We are very proud and happy that our position in the ranking list increased by so many points from last year, when we were ranked 62. This is proof that we are on the right track and that Hanken’s master’s program is of a high standard even in international comparison.”
Of the world’s approximately 14,000 business schools, only the best 100 make it to the Financial Times magazine’s list. The list consists of six Nordic business schools, of which HEC Paris, the Swiss University of St. Gallen and the London Business School are at the top.
The ranking is influenced by several variables, including the alumni’s career development and their satisfaction with the education. The rankings are primarily based on feedback from alumni who completed a master’s degree at the university three years earlier, as well as information provided by the universities themselves.
The Hanken School of Economics continues its great success in the global educational environment and strengthens its reputation as a leading business education institution. More information about the investment can be found at Financial Times website.
The Hanken School of Economics has consistently demonstrated its dedication to providing high-quality education and preparing graduates for successful careers in a competitive global business environment. This latest achievement is testament to their continued commitment to excellence.
Source: The Nordic Page