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ISEG consolidates its position among the Financial Times' best European Business Schools

For the second year running, ISEG - Lisbon School of Economics and Management is part of the ranking European Business Schools from the Financial TimesISEG has risen six places. Of the 90 schools considered, ISEG is one of the five national representatives in the ranking, occupying 59th place this year.

ISEG once again stands out especially for its ranking in the Executive MBA ranking, in which the ISEG MBA climbed 7 places to 55th in Europe this year.

João Duque, President of ISEG, highlights: "For ISEG, appearing in the Financial Times' European ranking of the best business schools is recognition of the excellence and innovation of our master's degrees and executive training, but also a sign of the consolidation of an offer that has been attracting the best students in Portugal and around the world."

We are also pleased to note that Portugal is once again one of the best represented countries in this ranking, surpassed only by France, the United Kingdom and Germany. This prominent position reflects the growing investment in Executive Education at national schools, and ISEG is proud to be making a decisive contribution to consolidating this important Portuguese hub in Management education.", he concludes.

This ranking identifies the best Business Schools It includes four schools in Lisbon, thus reinforcing the weight of the Portuguese capital in the Executive Education offer at European level. The Financial Times ranking of the best European business schools includes a total of 90 higher education institutions based on the overall scores that each school obtained in each ranking of programs in which it participates, namely in the MBA, Executive Education, Masters in Management and Executive MBA rankings.

This ranking closes the year 2023, where ISEG had already been among the world's top 50 Management Schools in Executive Training and where the Master in Finance was in the world's top 25.