- CATÓLICA-LISBON has once again stood out in the Financial Times Global Rankings since it remains the 1st Business School in Portugal. A leadership with more than 10 years confirmed annually by the Financial Times.
- In European terms, the School ranks 28th in a ranking that evaluated, in 2018, 95 European Business Schools.
- To these results contributed the confidence of the labor market in the CATÓLICA-LISBON graduates, which is manifested in outstanding employability figures - 92% of students placed in the national and international labor market in less than 3 months, salary increases in the order of 55% as well as career progression levels within 3 years (9th in the world).
- CATÓLICA-LISBON is also the most international school in the country, with 43% of Foreign Teachers coming from countries as different as Germany, Italy, Turkey, USA and Finland, joined by over 50% of foreign students and one growing diversity of international initiatives in Executive Education with global reference partners.
Lisbon, December 3rd, 2018 - Católica Lisbon School of Business & Economics once again stands out in the Financial Times Global Rankings as the 1st Business School in Portugal, remaining among the Top European Schools. A leadership with more than 10 years confirmed annually by the prestigious ranking of the Financial Times that classifies globally the performance of the best Business Schools in Europe and that, this year, evaluated 95 Business Schools.
Currently in the 28th position, CATÓLICA-LISBON was the first in Portugal to join this list, it remains at the top of the list, standing out continuously as a great leader, with a high degree of supremacy in the Executive Education and the programs rising consistently in the partial rankings.
According to Nuno Fernandes, Dean of Católica Lisbon School of Business & Economics, "beyond the position we occupy in the rankings, which we are honored with, we are proud to see the positive impact of what we do, and how the excellence and quality of the teaching and research of our School, are a launching pad for a brilliant future for our students, which also makes us their first choice for training as Executives.
Multiple factors contribute to the international reputation of the School and its programs, which are recognized globally through this ranking. It highlights the extraordinary capacity of attracting talent for the faculty and student body, the excellence and diversity of its training offer, as well as its markedly international vocation, with 43% of foreign teachers coming from countries as different as Germany , Italy, Turkey, the USA and Finland, together with over 50% of foreign students and a growing diversity of international initiatives in Executive Education with world-class partners. Equally important is the confidence of the labor market in our graduates, which manifests itself in outstanding employability figures - 92% of students placed in the national and international labor market in less than 3 months, wage increases of around 55%, as well as in career progression within 3 years (9th in the world).
All of this makes us very proud and we have all of the CATÓLICA-LISBON community to thank for!