Católica Lisbon School of Business & Economics has risen to the 31st position in the ranking of the Financial Times of the best business schools in Europe.
In this year’s rankings it is highlighted not only the rise in the global position but also the strong ranking of the School in its Lisbon MBA and Open Executive Programs, both in the top 22nd position in Europe.
For these strong results is also notable the trust of national and international companies in the quality and career potential of the graduates of the MSc In Management, who see a growth in their salary of 55% in just 3 years after graduating from the 36th best Masters program in Europe.
Filipe Santos, Dean of CATÓLICA-LISBON says "we are proud by our rise in rankings of the top business schools in Europe and by our strong position in percentage of international faculty and faculty gender balance, as well as by our ability to develop world class knowledge and offer a springboard for a successful international career to our graduates”.
The Faculty of Católica-Lisbon is 38% international coming from countries such as Germany, Italy, Belgium, Egypt, Greece, France, Colombia, Brasil, Ukraine, China and Canada. The School has the best faculty gender parity of the top 37 schools in Europe with 48% of female faculty.