The Financial Times European Business Schools ranking places HSG in 6th place The international business newspaper the Financial Times (FT) published its European Business School Ranking 2021 in London today, putting the University of St.Gallen (HSG) in 6th place. This is the ninth year consecutively that HSG has been recognized as one of the ten best business universities in Europe (2020: 7th place). 6 December 2021. The FT European Business School Ranking consolidates four individual rankings published by the Financial Times over the course of a year and reflects the all-round strength of a university. The Master’s in Strategy and International Management (SIM), the full-time MBA, the Executive MBA, and the Custom & Open Executive Education programmes contributed to this result. In the European individual rankings in 2021, HSG came in first with its Master in Strategy and International Management (for the eleventh time in a row, globally). With the MBA, the Executive MBA and the Custom & Open Executive Education programmes (combined), HSG is among the top 25 in the most current rankings. HSG also ranks 6th worldwide with its master’s program in Banking & Finance in the FT individual ranking of master’s programs in finance, which is however is not included in this overall business school ranking. Best in Switzerland, Best in DACH-region Other notable findings show that HSG is the strongest business school both in Switzerland and among German-speaking countries. Additionally, HSG is the highest-ranking public university found on the annual list. The number of schools included in this edition of the FT ranking increased this year to 95. HEC Paris defended its #1 position from 2020 followed again by the London Business School and Insead.