A significant result for one of BBS’s historic programs, now in its 21st edition. After the excellent result obtained by the Hybrid MBA, which ranked 33rd in Europe and 2nd in Italy, the Executive MBA of Bologna Business School also enters the QS ranking, one of the best-known university rankings in the world published every year by Quacquarelli Symonds (QS), a British company specializing in education and study abroad.
Confirmation of the School’s high academic standards, which continue to be competitive nationally and internationally, comes this time from a parameter whose main strength is in its participants. In fact, among the results above the global and European averages, the “Executive Profile” evaluation parameter, meaning the years of experience and the percentage of participants with top management positions, stands out. Examples of this are Alumni Andrea Falleni, CEO Italy of Capgemini, an innovative company especially in the technology sector, and Ugo Di Francesco, CEO of the Chiesi Group, with over 30 years of experience in the pharmaceutical market.
The Executive MBA, a program now in its twenty-first edition, is characterized by constant updates in the courses and topics covered. A course that includes among its topics all those that are now essential elements for a contemporary manager, oriented towards change and innovation.
The Executive MBA, in fact, is a learning experience designed to develop profiles that know how to combine managerial and leadership skills with relational ones based on collaboration. A Master’s course that aims to contribute to the training of a complete manager, at the top of skills and motivation, able to lead an entire organization.
Another above-average value is that of “Thought Leadership“: a reputation index that QS collects among 130,000 academics and in over 60 countries worldwide. This parameter, too, is certainly encouraging for Bologna Business School and its success on the international scene.