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Porto Business School (PBS) considered the 59th best European business school

Porto Business School (PBS) considered the 59th best European business school
Pessoas by ECO · 27 Dec 2022
In the Financial Times ranking, Nova SBE is once again the best ranked Portuguese school, occupying, in this edition, the 24th place, and Católica is now closer, in the 27th place. Porto Business School completes the national podium. ISEG debuts in this ranking in 2022, and ISCTE closes the national presence.

Nova SBE, Católica Lisbon School of Business and Economics, Porto Business School, ISEG and ISCTE Business School are the five Portuguese schools that are part of the top 95 of the best business schools in Europe, conducted by the Financial Times (FT). With five schools distinguished, Portugal is now part of the top three European countries best represented in this ranking, only surpassed by France and the United Kingdom. And, besides being the first time that five Portuguese schools are present, all of them have improved their performance.

Porto Business School (PBS) was considered the 59th best European business school, having risen seven places compared to last year. The classification of the University of Porto Business School is mainly due to the results achieved in the categories of executive education, where it occupies the 28th and 34th positions in training for custom and open executives, respectively, and executive MBA, where it reached the 59th position.

"It is a source of pride to continue to be present in such a prestigious ranking as that of the Financial Times. In a context marked by uncertainty and constant transformation, it is very gratifying to see Porto Business School reinforcing its role as an international reference in the area of management training", guarantees Ramon O'Callaghan, dean of Porto Business School.

It should be noted that, unlike other schools present in the ranking, Porto Business School competes in only two of the four categories that contribute to this classification. Considering the close collaboration between PBS and the Faculty of Economics of the University of Porto, both entities are jointly nominated for the Financial Times ranking (University of Porto | FEP-PBS).