The School of Management at the Politecnico di Milano is ranked 4th best in Europe

Ranked top in the country. Italy performs well in general, business schools on the rise

The Italian business school landscape is growing, according to the QS Online MBA Ranking: Europe 2023, Quacquarelli Symonds' periodic ranking of the quality of business schools internationally. 

In this landscape, which is in itself a positive sign for our country, the School of Management at the Politecnico di Milano ranks first in Italy and fourth in Europe, behind IE Business School (Spain), Warwick Business School and Imperial College Business School (both in the UK, the country in the European zone most represented in this ranking by number of business schools).  The ranking includes 26 European online MBA programmes.

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Our school achieved excellent results in the "Faculty & Teaching" indicator, which ranks us first in Europe for the quality of professors and teaching in particular (the survey involved more than 100,000 academic profiles worldwide). The SoM also excels in Employability, meaning the level of employability of its students, for which we rank 5th in Europe, and Class Experience, the learning experience offered to participants, for which we rank 3rd.

"This recognition comes just a few weeks after that of the Financial Times; being among the best European business schools with our online Executive MBA, also according to the authoritative QS ranking, once again confirms our leadership in the field of innovation and digitalisation of managerial training", commented Vittorio Chiesa and Federico Frattini, respectively President and Dean of the Polimi Graduate School of Management in an interview "Ranking first in Europe for the quality of our professors and our teaching is a historic achievement that naturally makes us proud, as it adds to the reputation our school enjoys.