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Nova School of Business and Economics

Nova School of Business and Economics
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Type Public school
Established 1978
Dean Daniel Traça, Ph.D
Administrative staff
150
Students 2100
Location Lisbon, Portugal
Campus Campus de Campolide
Affiliations AMBA, CEMS, EQUIS, AACSB
Website [www.novasbe.unl.pt]
Nova SBE's main building.

The Nova School of Business and Economics (Nova SBE) is the most prestigious business school in Portugal[1] and a leading business school in Europe.[2] It is the faculty of economic and management sciences, of the Universidade Nova de Lisboa (Nova). The designation "Nova SBE" is a rebranding and new official name[citation needed] of the Faculty. The original designation Faculdade de Economia (Faculty of Economics) was kept as alternative official name.

Its current director is Prof. Dr. Daniel Traça (PhD, Columbia University). The faculty is housed in the 19th-century building of the former Jesuit College of Campolide.

It has been a member of CEMS since December 2007. Moreover, it is one of 59 Triple Crown business schools worldwide which implies accreditation by EQUIS, AMBA and AACSB. It has been the first Portuguese business school to acquire international accreditations.

In 2010, the Nova SBE created a subsidiary in Luanda, the Nova Angola Business School (NOVA ABS).

Programs

Bachelor's degree

  • Economics
  • Management

Master's degree

  • Economics
  • Finance
  • Management
  • CEMS Master in International Management
  • International Master in Finance Brazil-Europe

PHD

  • Economics/Finance
  • Management

MBA

  • The Lisbon MBA

Summer School

  • Summer at Nova

Rankings and Accreditations

Nova SBE is one of the few business schools in the world with triple crown accreditation, is the exclusive Portuguese member school of CEMS, was awarded with the maximum of 5 palmes by the Eduniversal ranking and is present in the following rankings in the Financial Times:

  • CEMS Masters in International Management: 4th worldwide - Financial Times Ranking 2015
  • Masters in Finance: 14th worldwide - Financial Times Ranking 2016
  • Masters in Management: 17th worldwide - Financial Times Ranking 2016
  • Success in Placement for Master in Management: 11th worldwide - Financial Times Ranking 2015
  • Masters in Finance: 19th worldwide - Financial Times Ranking 2015
  • Success in Placement for Master in Finance: 3rd worldwide - Financial Times Ranking 2015
  • Executive Education: 16th worldwide
  • The Lisbon MBA International: 15th in Europe
  • Business School: 23th in Europe


FT Ranking

Notable faculty

  • Jorge Braga de Macedo, Minister of Finance in the XII Constitutional Government.
  • Miguel Frasquilho, President of AICEP, Secretary of State of the Treasury and Finances in the XV Constitutional Government
  • Maria do Carmo Seabra, Minister of Education in the XVI Constitutional Government.
  • Luís Campos e Cunha, Minister of Finance in the XVII Constitutional Government.
  • Luís Brites Pereira, Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs and Cooperation in the XIX Constitutional Government
  • José Manuel Neves Adelino, non-executive director at SONAE SGPS.

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