We are very proud to announce that the LJUBLJANA MBA programme has once again secured a spot on the prestigious Financial Times ranking 2023, holding 58th place among the best EMBA programs in Europe.
This is an amazing achievement and it is a well-deserved recognition for all the effort that the management, professors put into the quality of the programme. But most importantly it is also a story of the success of our alumni.
School of Economics and Business Ranks Among the best in Europe
The School of Economics and Business at the University of Ljubljana has been ranked in the Financial Times’ top 95 European Business School Ranking for the sixth consecutive year in the 64th place, moving up five places from last year. Over the past two years, it has climbed an impressive twenty places. This achievement highlights the school’s growing prestige outside its established regional dominance, credited to the hard work and dedication of its staff and students.
Prof. dr. Tomaž Turk, the Dean of the School of Economics and Business, commented on this achievement: “This accomplishment is the result of the vision that the faculty holds and is strongly connected with the ambition to become one of the most prestigious schools in the region and Europe. The entry requirement for ranking on the independent Financial Times ranking is, of course, our international accreditations EQUIS, AMBA, and ACSB, which we obtained in previous years. The ranking objectively assesses the quality of programs from a global and European perspective, providing valuable information to those seeking education at a recognized and reputable business school. It also represents an outstanding recognition for all colleagues leading and participating in both programs. Undoubtedly, it serves as a significant incentive to continue following the highest standards and to further build excellence in education and research, thereby enhancing the reputation of the University of Ljubljana.”
About the FT ranking
The Financial Times ranking is the most recognized ranking in the international business community, as it independently evaluates the quality of the programmes.
For more information about the Financial Times ranking, visit their website.