Financial Times Ranking

17 September 2012

BI Norwegian Business School ranks 69th among the worlds Master in Managament (Siviløkonom) programmes in this year’s Financial Times Ranking.

- Competition is harder than ever before, an increasing number of business schools worldwide aim for a place on the list, says president Tom Colbjørnsen at BI Norwegian Business School.

Many of todays applicants for the ranking do not secure a place on the list.

- The competition for the best students, faculty and business partners takes place on an international arena. BI Norwegian Business School is a Norwegian School with international ambitions, and naturally we must take part in this competition, says Colbjørnsen.


The ranking of Masters in Management 2012 (BI’s MSc in Business and Economics / Siviløkonom) is amongst other factors based on the students’ salary after three years, number of phd students, female faculty and board members and international faculty.

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