The Financial Times’ annual ranking is the world’s largest assessment of executive education, and compares the world’s leading business schools that offer higher management and leadership development programs. This is the first time that SSE Executive Education has made the top ten – up from number 17 in the last ranking.
“I’m incredibly proud that we have made such a noteworthy jump in the prestigious Financial Times rankings,” says Katarina Hägg, CEO of SSE Executive Education. “It shows that, despite the extreme challenges that the pandemic meant for our industry, we were able to continue to deliver high-quality programs that were highly appreciated by our customers.”
Number one in the Nordics
SSE Executive Education continues to be the highest ranking school in the Nordics and the Baltics, both in open programs and custom programs.
“We are especially proud to be big in the Nordics. As countries, we may be small, but we have a big impact on the world. We’re agile and innovative with a great entrepreneurial spirit. That’s also the mindset we bring with us at SSE Executive Education, and it’s a significant advantage in international leadership development”, Katarina Hägg continues.
SSE Executive Education is a part of the Stockholm School of Economics and was launched with the purpose of strengthening Swedish business and industry. Since 1969, the organization has helped companies and organizations grow and develop their operations, along with their executives, employees and specialists. Close cooperation and partnerships with clients have contributed substantially to its long-term success. Together, they have succeeded in creating programs that develop clients’s executives and employees, and subsequently their businesses and competitiveness.
You can see the complete ranking on the Financial Times website.
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CEO SSE Executive Education
Phone: 0704 399 341