The Lisbon MBA– Católica|Nova, is considered among the best in the world by the Financial Times Global MBA ranking 2020 and the only one in Portugal to be included in this prestigious ranking.
For the third consecutive year, The Lisbon MBA is number one in the world in International Course Experience and increased its position to become the 22nd best MBA in Europe.
The Lisbon MBA has a long-standing partnership with MIT Sloan School of Management, ranked the 6th best MBA in the world. “This distinction by the Financial Times Global MBA ranking is extremely important for all stakeholders, specially for our students and alumni, since it is the recognition of a journey in the pursuit of excellence that has led us to be consistently ranked among the best in the world. The success of our programs relies in a combination of factors, from the rigorous learning from three top ranked schools and the personalized and holistic approach of our educational offer, to the international component that allows students to develop a global vision by expanding their educational experience in up to three different continents.
Apart from the MIT Immersion Program, that The Lisbon MBA is the only one in Europe to offer, our students have the option to implement an international business project in Brazil, China or Mexico, in partnership with other top MBA schools. In our Executive MBA programs, we offer exchange options in top ranked business schools in Australia, US and Brazil.
Additionally, 35% of our faculty is international and 62% of our students in the international full-time MBA program are non-Portuguese, having in class 18 different nationalities.
We live in an interdependent world increasingly linked by vast networks of international value chains, and having a multicultural experience is key to thrive in this global economy. Our commitment to excellence and continuous innovation will enable us to keep attracting top students from all over the world”, underlined Maria José Amich, Executive Director of The Lisbon MBA.
Also, according to the Financial Times ranking, The Lisbon MBA has an employability of 91%, after three months completing the program, and 74% salary increase three years after finishing the MBA.
The Financial Times ranking is the world reference with regard to Business Education, distinguishing every year the 100 best MBA in the world, according to criteria such as employability, salary increase after the MBA or return on investment. The results are obtained through alumni surveys, as well as by data collected by the Financial Times.