LUSEM ranked among Europe’s best business schools by Financial Times
For the first time, Lund University School of Economics and Management secures a spot on the ‘Financial Times European Business Schools 2020 ranking’. In strong competition, the School ranks number 75.
On Monday 7 December the newspaper Financial Times (FT) once again put the business schools in the spotlight. Lund University School of Economics and Management (LUSEM) has two master’s programmes that have recently been ranked by FT, and now the entire School has been put to the test – with very encouraging results.
“This is such great news at the end of a year that has put us all to the test concerning our ability to be both agile and resilient. The Financial Times ranking will be a nice addition to the other rankings that our programmes and faculty already hold. To be among the top 100 Business Schools in Europe is no small feat. Kudos to our faculty and talented students and alumni,” says Kristina Eneroth, deputy dean at LUSEM.
The European Business Schools ranking is based on the overall scores that each school has achieved for the previous rankings by Financial Times in which it features. LUSEM achieves a place on the list based on the ranking of the MSc programme in International Strategic Management. The previous ranking is in turn based on what alumni – former students – say about their education three years after graduation. They answer questions about what their education has given them, how their careers have taken off, what they earn, and estimate the value of the education.