Sabancı Executive MBA Program Ranked Among the Best Management Programs in the World

Sabancı Business School ranked among the best 100 business schools on the Financial Times’ “Executive MBA Rankings” in 2021, as in 2019 and 2020.

Sabancı University ranked 93rd based on the average of the last three years in the rankings, which list the best Executive MBA programs in the world. Sabancı University ranked the first in terms of “Faculty Members with Doctorates, becoming one of the leading business schools in the world. Rising to the 2nd rank in the ratio of “Women on Board”, the program also ranked 18th in “Female Student ratio”, and 43rd in “International Course Experience ratio”.

Equality Responsive, World-Class Education

Nihat Kasap, Dean of Sabancı Business School, said they would continue to provide international course experience through the international study trip to Columbia Business School and course content with international standards. He continued, “As Sabancı University, we keep working to reflect our gender responsive approach on every aspect of our academic and administrative mechanisms. We implemented our plans to offer equal opportunities and eliminate stereotyped frontiers, and we are proud to the see the results of our efforts reflected on our rank in the internationally-recognized FT Rankings. Despite the challenging conditions of the pandemic, teaching and research quality of our school is at international standards in many respects, which is the most important factor for us as educators.”

About the Financial Times Ranking

To be eligible to participate in the FT Executive MBA rankings, a school should be accredited or have an affiliation with an AACSB or Equis accredited organization. While preparing its global rankings, Financial Times evaluates schools for 16 criteria such as alumni career progress and salary increase, gender, and nationality diversity among students, faculty members and advisory board members, faculty members’ publications in FT 50 journals, and corporate social responsibility activities. The 16 selection criteria used in the Financial Times rankings are composed of data collected from surveys participated by Sabancı University EMBA Program alumni.

The full FT Executive MBA rankings 2021 can be seen here: