Hanken & SSE Executive Education ranked best provider of executive education in the Nordics as a part of Stockholm School of Economics while advancing its position in the global ranking
Helsinki, Finland 23 May 2016 – Hanken & SSE Executive Education is part of the Stockholm School of Economics (SSE) Executive Education and took part in the yearly Financial Times rankings as its joint venture in Finland. SSE Executive Education continues to maintain its position in the ranking as the top executive education provider in the Nordic and Baltic region in all categories.
Financial Times ranks the best executive education programs globally, rating 75 best open programs as well as 85 best customized programs worldwide and combining the two rankings to give the top 50 providers of Executive Education.
The rankings are based on participant and client satisfaction, diversity of participants and faculty as well as the international aspects of the education provider.
In the custom program category SSE Executive Education slightly betters its position and improves in the open program ranking placing 31st, up from 37th last year. This in turn boosts the combined category ranking to 28th of the top 50 in the world, improving from last year’s ranking.
“We are pleased to be recognized in the rankings, demonstrating our strong focus on high quality and international exposure in our offering”, says Sari Salojärvi, CEO of Hanken & SSE Executive Education.
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About Hanken & SSE Executive Education
Hanken & SSE Executive Education delivers executive education globally through its extensive SSE network in the Nordic and Baltic region. Hanken & SSE was founded in 2005 in Helsinki and is owned by two leading business schools Hanken School of Economics in Finland and Stockholm School of Economics (SSE) in Sweden.
Hanken & SSE Executive Education is owned by two leading business schools Hanken School of Economics and Stockholm School of Economics (SSE) founded in 2005. Based in Helsinki, Finland, Hanken & SSE provides executive education globally through its extensive SSE network in the Nordic and Baltic region.
Clients benefit from executive education combined of academic knowledge, thorough business understanding and new learning methods suited to the needs and objectives of their organization supporting both personal and organizational development.
The Financial Times annual global ranking of executive education has continuously rated Hanken & SSE Executive Education through its owner SSE as the top provider of executive education in the Nordic region while being part of the global top 50 providers of executive education through this network.