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BI took several steps in 2021 to develop and secure our position as a leading European business school.
The global pandemic made 2020 a difficult and special year for students and employees at BI Norwegian Business School.
For the fifth year in a row, BI is ranked as Norway's best business school by Financial Times.
In 2017 we have innovated both program content and teaching methods. We look forward to launching more novelties in the program portfolio in the coming year.
BI aims to build the knowledge economy. Through 2016, top research and teaching has provided thousands of graduates the opportunities for attractive careers in business and public sector.
BI confirmed the school’s status as a Triple Crown School with Equis reaccreditation for five more years.
BI Norwegian Business School ranked 38th in the annual Financial Times ranking in 2014. BI climbed six spots since 2013.
BI Norwegian Business School has reached important milestones on its journey toward a position as one of Europe's leading business schools.
In recent years, BI implemented major restructuring. 2012 is no exception. We have consolidated our study and distribution.
At the end of 2011, BI total 797 employees. Total figures broke the 401 administrative and 396 academic staff, including PhD students.
It is no longer enough for BI Norwegian Business School to be the largest academic environment within finance/administration in Norway.
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.