Sabancı Business School (SBS) was once again distinguished by the Financial Times Ranking, released at the beginning of December, placing it in the top tier of the best business schools in Europe.
The ranking places SBS in 68th position, confirming it as one of the top institutions in Turkey to be ranked in the prestigious Financial Times list.
Nihat Kasap, the Dean of SBS, commented that “it is an enormous pleasure that we continue to be placed high in this prestigious ranking, in recognition of the commitment that the SBS has made towards consolidating its academic excellence, based on sustained growth, and the learning journey, based on world class graduates. While having this position makes us very proud, it also brings us an increased responsibility to continue to distinguish ourselves for the quality we deliver in teaching, research and impactful contribution to an increasingly sustainable and global society.”
The Financial Times ranking of the best European business schools evaluated a total of 95 institutions, based on the global scores that each school obtains for each classification in which it participates, such as MBA, Executive Education, Masters in Management and EMBA.