It’s not the first time this has happened: Portugal once again has two universities in the Financial Times European top 30. Nova SBE and Católica Lisbon are the chosen ones.
Nova SBE and Católica Lisbon are in the Financial Times European top 30. In the larger version of this list, which includes the 95 best higher education institutions in this area, we also find Porto Business School and ISCTE Business School.
In the top 95, it is worth mentioning the rise of 13 positions by Porto Business School compared to the previous year and also the return of ISCTE Business School to this top, after not having integrated last year.
This is great news for business-related higher education institutions, with the Católica Lisbon School of Business in 29th place and the Nova School of Business & Economics in 27th place in the Financial Times European top.
In the top 95, we find Porto Business School in 66th place (13 positions above the previous ranking) and ISCTE Business School in 77th place.
Apart from the general classification, Portuguese higher education institutions also received other merit distinctions: the Masters in Management at Nova SBE is among the top 20, while Católica, in the same Masters, is in 38th place.
Porto Business School is, for the 10th consecutive year, among the 95 best European schools, having had a considerable increase of 13 places from one year to the other.
The Financial Times global list has the French HEC Paris in first place for the third year in a row. Since 2019, the London Business School became the second ranked school and has remained there. The third place is also maintained and is occupied by the French school Insead.
The countries with the largest attendances, often with the same school, are France, the United Kingdom and Spain.