Católica Lisbon School of Business & Economics has climbed 3 more places in the Financial Times Global Ranking for Executive Education and is now part of the exclusive group of the 40 best schools in the world, confirming its position as the best Portuguese school in these rankings for the 12th year in a row.
In this ranking, where thousands of schools compete, the international dimension of the School was again well ranked this year. Among all the criteria evaluated, the school was particularly well placed in the number of programs, international clients and participants, as well as partnerships with worldwide prestigious schools.
25 years training executives in Portugal
Celebrating this year 25 years, CATÓLICA-LISBON | Executive Education is nowdays considered one of the best Business Schools in the world and the best one in Portugal, according to the Financial Times rankings.
With a renowned faculty that included teachers from 14 different nationalities and PhD's from the best international schools, CATÓLICA-LISBON is internationally seen as a Top school.
According to Nuno Fernandes, Dean of Católica Lisbon School of Business & Economics, "this leadership position, which is now one again recognized, is due to the years of experience, quality and experience that we accumulated, which are necessary to deal with the ambitious training projects that professionals demand from us nowadays - and with Impact. It's with much pride that we have more and more companies (national and international) that see our school's traning as a highly effective investment, such as Web Summit, Sands China, Ipiranga, or Delta, Sonae, Jerónimo Martins, Galp and NOS, just to mention a few".