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SDA Bocconi’s Executive Education has made it to 7th place worldwide in FT Ranking 2022

SDA Bocconi School of Management, Italy, is amongst the top-ranked international business schools in Europe. In 2011 SDA Bocconi launched the pan-Asian hub with the opening of the SDA Bocconi Asia Center in Mumbai, aiming to enhance the School’s global presence with the delivery of postgraduate and executive education programs

The quality of SDA Bocconi’s teaching continues to grow manifold. The Financial Times 2022 Executive Education Combined Ranking brings the B-School to new global success with 7th place worldwide.

This ranking combines two rankings: Custom Programs, i.e., the customized courses designed together with and for companies where it is ranked 4th worldwide, and Executive Open Programs, offered to professionals and organizations where it is ranked 13th worldwide. Positive reviews came from the overall satisfaction of participants and their inclination for future use – the likelihood that clients would reuse the same school for other programs again in the future.

In The Economist’s “Which MBA?” ranking, SDA Bocconi’s Full-Time MBA moved from 3rd to 2nd place in the continent and ranked 13th worldwide, an excellent result factoring the career opportunities it offers its participants and the quality of its faculty. These two main indicators drive it to success.

\Reacting to the global rankings, Professor David Bardolet, Dean, SDA Bocconi Asia Center, said, “Our consistency in placing atop of the international rankings is simply a reflection of our commitment to delivering a unique learning experience to postgraduates and executives. It is an experience that combines 1) a design that is customized to the needs of the corporation or the individual, 2) content that is practical and actionable while at the same time deeply rooted in the latest research insights, and 3) a delivery by experienced global faculty that is both intellectually challenging and enjoyable.”

Alessandro Giuliani, Managing Director, SDA Bocconi Asia Center, said, “Our strong growth in the flagship programs has now been complemented in Executive Education, where the quality of our faculty is coupled with their now ten years’ experience in India too, with a unique capacity to adapt teaching and approach to the Indian market: while we are number three in this ability (Economist rankings), in India this specific leadership is even more evident.”

A trailblazer in European business education, the SDA Bocconi that, which ranks FT’s 5th Best Business School on the continent, continues to build the Asia Center in Mumbai for last 10 years with its commitment to empowering talent and strong personalization to the organizations through the School’s offerings. Over 1100 candidates have been graduated from programs delivered at SDA Bocconi’s Asia center in the span of last ten years. SDA Bocconihas had many fructuous collaboration with Indian organisations such as Larsen & Toubro, Tata Group’s TCS and Tata Consumer Products, Future Group, Welspun, Cipla, Indian Railways, etc.

About SDA Bocconi Asia Center:
SDA Bocconi Asia Center is a Pan – Asia hub that has been delivering Executive Education and Postgraduate Programs designed and implemented by SDA Bocconi School of Management, Italy, since 2011. SDA Bocconi is one of the few Business Schools that hold the so-called “triple crown”, three of the most prestigious international accreditations: AACSB, EQUIS and AMBA. SDA Bocconi School of Management has a legacy of over 50 years of management training. The school’s mission is to help individuals, companies, and institutions grow by promoting managerial culture, knowledge, and innovation. SDA Bocconi Asia Center offers a unique approach towards promoting knowledge through the SDA Bocconi School of Management industry-relevant research and teaching. The SDA Bocconi Asia Center makes international education accessible to learners.

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