Católica Lisbon School of Business & Economics climbs once again in the Financial Times' Global Rankings, standing out among the best European Business Schools, this year in 29th position. CATÓLICA-LISBON was the first Business School in Portugal to be part of this Financial Times list in 2007, having achieved top places since 2012.

This year, in addition to the rise in the School's global position, it should be noted that its customized Executive Training programs for Companies are among the 22 best in Europe. CATÓLICA-LISBON is the only School in Portugal and one of only 3 Schools in the TOP 30 to improve its position in the rankings consistently since 2019.

The unmistakable talent of the students it attracts contributes to these results, but also the quality and diversity of its faculty, which is reflected in the excellence of the programs offered and the academic experience provided, in the strong connection to the corporate world expressed in the companies' trust in graduates of the Masters Programs and excellent employability, salary and career progression rates.

Nationally, CATÓLICA-LISBON is the school with the most international faculty and students with 38% of teachers from countries as diverse as Germany, Italy, Belgium, Greece, France, Colombia, Brazil, Ukraine, China or Canada and 70% of international students from over 60 different nationalities are attending Masters.

For Filipe Santos, Director of Católica Lisbon School of Business & Economics, “we are proud that we are consistently climbing the ranking of the best European Business Schools and that we honor Portugal with one of the most international schools in Europe. To be highlighted by the Financial Times as one of the top schools in Europe since 2007 is a source of great satisfaction for us. CATÓLICA-LISBON is a talent attraction hub for world-class faculty and students and a true launching pad for a successful career with a real impact on society.”.