CATÓLICA-LISBON confirms its leadership as the best Business School in Portugal for the 8th year according to the Financial Times

Monday, December 7, 2015 - 00:02

According to the Top European Business School Rankings published by the Financial Times, Católica Lisbon School of Business & Economics is once again the confirmed Business School leader in Portugal. In 2008, CATÓLICA-LISBON was the first Portuguese business school to incorporate this distinguished group of schools. Currently ranked 26th, the school has consolidated its position of leadership and excellence.

CATÓLICA-LISBON consistently achieves a competitive position in national and international rankings for schools and programs.  In 2015, the MBA and Executive Education programs were considered 13th and 19th in Europe respectively.

The school’s international reputation is reflected through its great capacity to attract talent regarding faculty and students. Currently, 40% of CATÓLICA-LISBON’s professors are foreign and come from diverse countries, such as Italy, Turkey, Canada and Finland. The increased internationalization of the school can also be felt in the classroom, where more than half of the students are foreign, representing more than 40 nationalities.

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