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School of Economics and Business among the best in Europe

04.12.2023Comments are closed.

The School of Economics and Business, University of Ljubljana has once again been ranked on the Financial Times top 95 European Business School Ranking, marking its sixth consecutive year.

Financial Times ranked it five places higher this year than last year, and in the last two years, the School of Econimics and Business has improved its position on the list by an impressive twenty places. This success shows that the school, through its hard work, the dedication of its staff and students, and continuous improvement, is becoming one of the most prestigious schools outside the region, where its reign is already established.

We are exceptionally proud that two of our study programmes have once again been recognized among the best business programmes in Europe. In addition to the International Masters in Business in Organisation (IMB) program, which has consistently been ranked among the best Master in Management programs in the world, Financial Times has also included the SEB LU program “Ljubljana MBA” among the top Executive MBA programs in Europe.

Financial Times is widely regarded as the most prestigious ranking of business schools, first published in 1999. The list of the best European schools was first published in 2007, and for the past three years, the Parisian business school HEC has held the top position, closely followed by the London Business School.

Prof. dr. Tomaž Turk, the Dean of the School of Economics and Business, commented on this achievement: “This accomplishment is the result of the vision that the faculty holds and is strongly connected with the ambition to become one of the most prestigious schools in the region and Europe. The entry requirement for ranking on the independent Financial Times ranking is, of course, our international accreditations EQUIS, AMBA, and AACSB, which we obtained in previous years. The ranking objectively assesses the quality of programs from a global and European perspective, providing valuable information to those seeking education at a recognized and reputable business school. It also represents an outstanding recognition for all colleagues leading and participating in both programs. Undoubtedly, it serves as a significant incentive to continue following the highest standards and to further build excellence in education and research, thereby enhancing the reputation of the University of Ljubljana.”

On this occasion, the Financial Times also published short interviews with alumni of the ranked schools. Among them is an alumna of our IMB program, Nika Drobnič, who is currently employed at the Swiss bank Credit Suisse AG. You are invited to read the conversation.

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