Aalto University School of Economics placed 22nd in Business Schools rankings
The European Business Schools ranking published in the Financial Times on 6 December placed Aalto University School of Economics 22nd, out of altogether 75 European business schools evaluated for the ranking. Top of the list was HEC Paris and second place was taken by London Business School. Aalto University School of Economics was the only Finnish business school to be listed.
The Financial Times European Business School ranking collates the scores given by the newspaper during the year for different fields of business education. Earlier this year the newspaper published ranking lists for e.g. MBA and EMBA curricula, Master’s programmes and management curricula.
According to Dean Eero Kasanen, the Aalto University School of Economics’ achievement in being ranked 22nd is a result of its consistently good placing in the rankings for the different fields evaluated and of the School’s strong investment in raising its international profile.
“The hard work we have done to raise our quality standards and level of international cooperation has brought excellent results. Aalto University’s objective is to be one of the world-class universities by the year 2020, and the School of Economics is well on the way to achieving this,” Kasanen sums up.