BI

Annual reports

BI is an independent foundation whose purpose is solely teaching and research. All surplus be used to strengthen BI's academic and learning environment.

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2015

BI confirmed the school’s status as a Triple Crown School with Equis reaccreditation for five more years.

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2014

BI Norwegian Business School ranked 38th in the annual Financial Times ranking in 2014. BI climbed six spots since 2013.

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2013

BI Norwegian Business School has reached important milestones on its journey toward a position as one of Europe's leading business schools.

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2012

In recent years, BI implemented major restructuring. 2012 is no exception. We have consolidated our study and distribution.

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2011

At the end of 2011, BI total 797 employees. Total figures broke the 401 administrative and 396 academic staff, including PhD students.

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2010

It is no longer enough for BI Norwegian Business School to be the largest academic environment within finance/administration in Norway.

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2009

BI climbed seven places in the Financial Times' ranking of tailored executive education programs, and helps the list of the top 65 business schools in Europe.

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2008

In 2008, the BI a total turnover of 1.086 million against 997 million the year before.

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2007

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2006

BI has a secure economy. It provides a good foundation to meet the obligations of the schools to be wound up, and make necessary changes and adaptations.

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2005

BI has 18,700 active students (fall 2005) who follow their studies at one of BI's 13 campuses in Norway. About half of the BI students are women.