ISEG is the perfect place for those who want to make history and be ahead of the game. For more than a century, ISEG has educated generations of leaders and successful professionals. An outstanding faculty and benchmark research centers are responsible for placing ISEG in the forefront of economics, management and finance. 10 things you gain by joining ISEG:
1. You enrich your curriculum.
ISEG Lisbon entered the prestigious Global Financial Times FT Rankings in 2020, with the Masters in Finance, and is accredited by AACSB, a distinction which has only been earned by 5% of business schools in the world.
2. You feel safe.
ISEG’s campus is certified COVID-SAFE, a guarantee of safety and readiness to adapt to the pandemic crisis.
3. You’re always connected.
All lecture rooms are technologically fully equipped, for a perfect learning experience, whether it be online, in-person, or hybrid.
4. You broaden your horizons.
ISEG is part of Universidade de Lisboa, the leading Portuguese university according to the selective Shanghai Ranking (ARWU), witch has an impressive list of partnerships with top-ranked international schools.
5. You live like a “Lisboeta”.
ISEG is perfectly located for Lisbon’s downtown lifestyle experience. It’s a vibrant, multi-cultural and cosmopolitan European capital.
6. You’re surrounded by knowledge.
ISEG’s high quality research centres are engaged in a diverse array of international research projects.
7. You’re part of an inclusive club.
ISEG has a large, diversified, global network of talented and successful Alumni.
8. You become an asset.
ISEG graduates are highly desirable to top employers, both in the private and in the public sector, all over the world.
9. You join a winning team.
ISEG students and faculty are well known for winning international and national awards for best case studies, best dissertations and research output, best applied projects, as well as in student competitions, such as the CFA Challenge or the Junior Achievement Awards.
10. You grab your future.
ISEG students benefit from a collegiate and open-minded atmosphere, in which the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) play a special role, witch leaves them well prepared in quantitative subjects and to become influential and conscientious leaders.