We are very pleased and proud to announce that the quality of the LJUBLJANA MBA programme has been recognized and ranked in the prestigious Financial Times ranking among the best Executive MBA programmes worldwide.
The LJUBLJANA MBA programme is the only triple accredited programme in the wider CEE region.
With the Financial Times ranking, the LJUBLJANA MBA programme has now consolidated its position among the best programmes 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 success of our alumni’s.
The programme was ranked 61st among the best European Executive MBA programmes.
About the ranking
The Financial Times ranking is the most recognised ranking in the international business community, as it independently evaluates the quality of the programmes.
To be included in the ranking, programmes must meet certain criteria. The school must be at least EQUIS and AACSB accredited. The School of Economics and Business at the University of Ljubljana is the only triple-accredited school in the region, which holds the three most prestigious accreditations: EQUIS, AACSB and AMBA.
For the fifth year in a row, the School of Economics and Business, University of Ljubljana has been ranked among the 95 best business schools in Europe. This year, it even managed to improve its ranking in this prestigious ranking by 15 places. For the faculty, this is a confirmation of the hard work and affiliation of its employees and students, as well as of its quality in an international environment.
For more information about the Financial Times ranking, visit their website.