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SSE Executive Education #1 in the Nordics – for the 19th consecutive year

Pressmeddelande   •   Jun 03, 2019 09:00 CEST

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For the 19th consecutive year, the Stockholm School of Economics Executive Education has been ranked highest in the Nordic and Baltic regions in management and leadership development. Even globally, the program has climbed to 16th place from 21st place in last year’s ranking. This has been made clear since the Financial Times published its annual ranking of the world’s best business schools.

The results are from the largest annual ranking of executive education, in which the Financial Times compares the world’s top business schools that offer various forms of executive education, upper management and leadership development programs. 

“We are extremely proud to be ranked once again at the top of this prestigious list. Our position as the Nordic region’s best international business school shows that our programs continue to be relevant for participants,” says Anders Richtnér, CEO of SSE Executive Education. 

He continues, “The results also say that we continue to be a competitive global player and can handle the rapid rate of change in our industry. Our position should be viewed in light of the fact that there are 14,000 business schools worldwide, only a few of which qualify for the Financial Times ranking.”

SSE Executive Education is a part of the Stockholm School of Economics and was founded in order to strengthen the Swedish business community. The operation has helped companies and organizations to develop their practices, leaders, specialists and employees since 1969. This year, the operation celebrates its 50-year anniversary and a large part of the long-term success can be credited to close collaborations and partnerships with customers. Together they have successfully created programs that help develop customers’ leaders and employees, and ultimately their businesses and competitiveness.

“Our most important factor for success is that we have the opportunity to work closely with our customers on their strategic challenges. This is what helps us to continuously improve,” says Anders Richtnér.

You can find more on the ranking at the Financial Times’ website: https://on.ft.com/2XsRBrC

About SSE Executive Education
SSE Executive Education at the Stockholm School of Economics is Northern Europe’s leading partner for executive education and is ranked number one in the Nordic region within leadership and business development according to the Financial Times. At SSE Executive Education, academic research is integrated with business. SSE Executive Education develops leaders focused on cutting-edge areas, including innovation, entrepreneurship, sustainable growth and financial economics, as well as boosting the competitiveness of companies, organizations and the public sector through powerful transformation. Read more at www.exedsse.se

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