Portuguese American Journal

Portuguese MBAs best among the best – Financial Times

Three Portuguese universities were ranked by the Financial Times among the top business schools in the world — the School of Economics and Business at the Universidade Católica Portuguesa (45th); the School of Economics and Management at the Universidade Nova de Lisboa (64th); and the School of Business and Management at the Universidade do Porto (65th).

The Lisbon MBA International is a joint project between the two top business schools in Portugal, Universidade Católica Portuguesa and Universidade Nova de Lisboa. Both Portuguese universities hold the triple crown accreditation of AMBA, EQUIS and AACSB – a renowned International Management Schools’ accreditation.

In 2007, NOVA SBE was nominated the Portuguese representative of CEMS – The Global Alliance in Management Education.  CEMS is a strategic alliance of leading business schools and multinational companies.  NOVA SBE is also number one at the Eduniversal Ranking for 2008, 2009 and 2010 achieving “4 Palms” which corresponds to “Top Business School” by recommendation of Deans in 1000 management Schools worldwide, including the Eduniversal’s Schools official selection.

The Business School at Universidade Católica also accredited with AACSB, EQUIS and AMBA has been ranked amongst the Top European Business Schools according to the London based Financial Times.

The Universidade do Porto School of Management  —  EGP (Escola de Gestão do Porto) — a  Business School dedicated to post graduate studies in management and executive education, is one of the 161 schools of the world accredited by AMBA. The two MBA programs — The Magellan MBA, a full-time program taught in English, and the Executive MBA, one of the most senior Portuguese MBA programs — are both accredited by the AMBA.

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