Financial Times: SPbU improved its position in the ranking of the Financial Times European Business Schools Ranking 2017

The Institute "Graduate School of Management" SPbU took the 57th place of the Financial Times European Business Schools Ranking 2017, and remained the only representative of Russia in the ranking.

 

 

 

On December 4, the international business newspaper Financial Times published the European Business Schools Ranking 2017, which includes 95 of the best business schools in Europe. For the fifth consecutive year, GSOM SPbU is the only representative of Russia in this ranking, and it improved its positions, rising from 64th to 57th place. London Business School (UK), HEC Paris (France), IE Business School (Spain) took the top 3 places.

 

The FT ranking evaluates business schools on the basis of their positions in four separate rankings with an equal weighting factor – the ranking of master's programs, MBA, Executive MBA and executive programs. 

 


Commenting on the success of the master's program, Andrey L. Kostin, Director of the School, VTB Bank President and Chairman of the Management Board, noted that the stable improvement of GSOM SPbU and performance in the prestigious international ranking is the result of the correctly chosen school strategy.

  

It should be noted that the ranking is not a goal, but only an indicator of the work of the team, but such recognition for the business school is very important. This proves that the school's strategy justifies itself, innovations in the educational process are being implemented successfully, and the team of teachers and staff is developing, - noted the Head of School of GSOM SPbU Konstantin Krotov.

 

 

 

 

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GSOM SPbU has a full range of diploma programs in the field of management. Since 2012, the business school of SPbU is headed by Andrey Kostin, VTB Bank President and Chairman of the Management Board. GSOM SPbU cooperates with the world's leading business schools, including the London School of Economics and Political Science, the Stockholm School of Economics, the Vienna University of Economics and Business, HEC Paris, the Business School of Sydney University.