As part of Stockholm School of Economics (SSE), Hanken & SSE remains the top-ranked Nordic executive education house in all categories in the Financial Times rankings and climbs to position 15 in the world.
Hanken & SSE takes part in the Financial Times rankings as part of Stockholm School of Economics’ (SSE) joint venture with Hanken in Finland. Out of the thousands of providers, Stockholm School of Economics (SSE) continues to maintain its position as the number 1 executive education provider in Northern Europe in all categories and climbs in the global ranking to position 15. In the open programme category SSE is in position ten and 25 in the customised programme category.
“We could not be prouder of our entire team at Stockholm School of Economics across the Nordics and Baltics. The FT continues to rank our programmes high. This means that our approach to combine academic excellence and the latest insight in business is well-tuned to support our customers in igniting renewal”, says Marc Hinnenberg, CEO of Hanken & SSE Executive Education.
Read more about the Financial Times Executive Education rankings: https://www.ft.com/executive-method
About the Financial Times Executive Education rankings
Financial Times ranks the best executive education programs globally, rating 65 best open as well as 70 custom programmes worldwide and combining the two to reveal the top 50 providers of executive education in the world. The rankings are based on participant and client satisfaction, diversity of participants and faculty, new skills and learning as well as the internationality of the provider among other criteria.