Aalto ranked again second in the Nordic Business Schools

The School of Business placed 32nd in the ‘Financial Times European Business Schools Ranking 2015’.

The Aalto University School of Business was placed 32nd in the European Business Schools Ranking 2015 published by the Financial Times newspaper.

The ranking lists the top 85 business schools in Europe. The ranking criteria used include the career and salary development of the graduates and overall international dimension of the teaching. Aalto remains ranked second in the Nordic comparison.

The alumni play an important part in the ranking, as the questionnaire is sent three years after graduation. ’Thanks to our 2012 graduates for answering the questionnaire, and for the positive ranking result’, says Dean Ingmar Björkman.

The Aalto Executive MBA program improved its position in the Financial Times' annual ranking in October. In a global comparison, Aalto EMBA ranked 76th climbing seven places.

The ranking position is a round-up of the earlier rankings. The European Business Schools Ranking 2015 by The Financial Times was published on 7 December 2015.

For the second time another Finnish school is on the list, Svenska handelshögskolan placed 76th.

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