Financial Times Ranking 2020: SSE group remains the top-ranked executive education provider in the Nordic/Baltic region for the 20th consecutive year
According to the latest worldwide Financial Times (FT) ranking, as part of the SSE group, the SSE Riga Executive Education is proud to take the number one spot in a very competitive ranking of executive education providers in Northern Europe. The SSE Executive Education (Sweden/Russia/Latvia) has maintained its top position in the Nordic/Baltic region for the 20th year in a row.
In the combined open and custom programmes ranking SSE is ranked 19 out of the 50 top global providers, #17 out of 75 in the category for open programmes and #30 out of the 85 in the custom programmes category.
“We are grateful to all of our Executive Education partners and programme participants who have trusted us with their professional development and corporate challenges. Today, the world relies especially heavily on leaders and their capabilities, so our mission to help leaders develop is more relevant than ever. We are working to develop programmes that will help businesses deal with the extreme challenges of today and make a real difference,” says SSE Riga Rector Anders Paalzow.
SSE Riga Executive Education offers various open enrollment and customised programmes for middle and upper-level management and specific leadership development programmes, such as the Mini MBA Programme and the Women in Leadership Programme.
About FT ranking
Every spring the SSE Riga Executive Education takes part in the yearly Financial Times Executive Education ranking as part of the SSE group. The rankings are based on participant and client satisfaction, diversity of participants and faculty as well as the international aspects of the education provider.
The Financial Times annual worldwide ranking of executive education providers has been published on May 10, 2020: https://www.ft.com/content/