Católica Lisbon School of Business & Economics has just achieved the best place ever for a Portuguese school in the worldwide ranking for Executive Education, published today by the Financial Times. CATÓLICA-LISBON is now the 38th best school in the world, going up 7 places since last year's publication.
This ranking evaluates a wide range of criteria from the best Business Schools in the world, and CATÓLICA-LISBON has been consistently leading it since 2007, while being the only portuguese school in the TOP 50.
The international dimension of the School was particularly well ranked this year, as CATÓLICA-LISBON is the portuguese school with the most international courses and participants. In the meantime, the quality of its international partners was also noticed, as the School was considered the 10th best in this dimension. Justifying this fact are the close bounds that connect CATÓLICA-LISBON to the best shools in the world, as Kellogg School of Management (EUA), HKUST Business School (Hong Kong), Ashridge Business School (Reino Unido), Bocconi University (Itália), Maastricht School of Managment (Holanda) and Fundação Dom Cabral (Brasil).