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The Financial Times has put the Faculty of Economics, along with Slovenia, on the map of the 95 best European business schools in 2018

10.12.2018Comments are closed.

The Faculty of Economics, University of Ljubljana ranks, as the only business and economics school from Slovenia, among 95 top business schools in Europe. The Financial Times has thus put the Faculty of Economics, along with Slovenia, on the map of top-quality business education programmes.

First, the International Master in Business and Organisation (IMB) programme was included in the prominent Financial Times’ ranking of world’s best “Master in Management” programmes in September this year, and then, in December, the Faculty of Economics, University of Ljubljana joined, also as an institution, the top 95 business and economics schools in Europe for the first time.

With its well-reputed international accreditations (EQUIS, AACSB and AMBA) the Faculty of Economics, University of Ljubljana ranks among the world’s top 1 percent of business and economics schools. There are more than 15,000 such institutions in the entire world. Although there are many rankings of universities and business schools, the Financial Times’ ranking is still the most widely recognised in the international business community, with the rank itself proving the Faculty’s quality and the excellent graduates who are highly employable upon completing their studies. It is especially highlighted that the Faculty of Economics, University of Ljubljana has a high percentage of women in its teaching staff, which ranks it on the prominent second place in this respect.

The top three places in the most prominent ranking of European business schools are occupied by London Business School, HEC Paris and INSEAD. Slovenia, together with Austria, Denmark, Hungary, Sweden and Russia, is among those countries which have one business and economics school among the top 95 business schools in Europe.

This year, no other country besides Slovenia has joined the ranking for the first time.

Being included in the world’s most prominent ranking is an acknowledgement for both the Faculty of Economics and the University of Ljubljana as well as for professors and professional staff for many years of tireless hard work towards improving quality in higher education. Moreover, this is also great recognition and promotion for Slovenia.

Link to the Financial Times “European Business School Rankings 2018


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