Moving on up!
CEOWORLD Magazine ranks us 59th in the Best Business Schools for 2020!
We are very pleased to report that Geneva Business School has moved up to 59th place in the annual ranking of the World’s Best Business Schools by CEOWORLD Magazine.
In 2016, Geneva Business School earned 89th place in the Top 100 Best Business Schools in the World list in CEOWORLD Magazine. Since then we have optimized our programs, and continuously improved and refined our course content and delivery. Our Faculty has grown into an impressive group of professional business leaders and entrepreneurs. Our vision has evolved and expanded, and our goals are ambitious but achievable.
Having shot up 14 spots to 61st in the ranking in 2018/2019, and finally achieving 59th place in the World in just four short years, we are confident that this is just the beginning and our sights are set to continue to soar in 2021 and beyond. We are humbled to receive this recognition and believe our steady progress in the ranking is due to the dedication of our entire school to provide world-class education and stay competitive in a strong global marketplace.
In the world of business leadership, CEOWORLD Magazine is considered an invaluable source of intelligence for and about CEOs. The magazine delivers new ideas, strategies, and tactics for top executives who are seeking out tools to build more effective organizations.
The methodology for the ranking is compiled using a number of parameters based on the satisfaction levels of individual students, industry professionals, and corporate recruiters. CEOWORLD Magazine’s Best Business Schools in the World for 2020 is based on seven major indicators of quality, measuring the quality of education, perceived global influence, recruiter’s responses, job placement rate after graduation, admission requirements, annual tuition and fees, specializations offered and academic reputation.
We couldn’t be more proud and will use this momentum to keep striving to provide the highest level of business education and innovative teaching methods to our students.