The “The Lisbon MBA International,” a graduate business program in partnership between the Nova University and the Catholic University of Lisbon, has climbed nine points in the Financial Times Top 100 . The program was ranked 52nd in the world, the only Portuguese graduate business program placed in the top 100.
According to the Financial Times ranking, the joint graduate business degree at the two Portuguese universities is among the finest in the world. Last year, the “Lisbon MBA International” ranked 61st in the world and 15th in Europe.
The “Lisbon MBA International” is a combined graduate business degree by the two Portuguese business schools (the Nova School of Business and Economics – Nova SBE — and the Catholic-Lisbon School of Business and Economics) in partnership with the MIT Sloan School of Management, in the United States.
This year, the highest world ranking was led by Harvard Business School, followed by Stanford Graduate School of Business, with London Business School in third place.
Apart from being the only MBA offered in Portugal, featured in the Financial Times Top 100 Global MBA Ranking, this year the “Lisbon MBA International,” was named by second best in return on their investment and the third best in the world in international experience.