NHH has world-class EMBA specialisations
The Financial Times has ranked the world's 100 best EMBA programmes. ‘It consolidates NHH’s position as a leading international business school,’ says NHH Rector Øystein Thøgersen.
Monday 16 October, this year's Financial Times' ranking of Executive MBA programmes came out. It shows that NHH is ranked number 98.
‘The ranking confirms that NHH Norwegian School of Economics have world-class EMBA specialisations. As always, we have ambitions to climb higher on the list, and we will continue our work to strengthen our position,’ says Rector Øystein Thøgersen.
The latter is most known outside of Norway’s boarders and has an international range. Steffen Juranek is the Programme Coordinator:
‘The specialisation is tailor-made for the industry. Bergen lies in the heartland of salmon farming which allows us to combine our international ambitions with our advantage of location. In addition to an attractive program, we offer a unique intellectual exchange among the international participants.’
Reports on carbon footprint
New of this year’s EMBA ranking, is the carbon footprint rank.
Tore Hillestad, Director of NHH Executive, says that sustainability is central to all their specialisations:
‘We offer relevant, high-quality EMBA specialisations. In recent years, we have redesigned the specialisations and emphasised technology and sustainability. We have also integrated digital teaching between the physical sessions, to increase flexibility and the learning outcome.
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