Jönköping International Business School (JIBS) at Jönköping University is one of the highest ranked business schools in the world according to the Financial Times. JIBS is one of the Hamrin Foundation’s largest recipients of grants.
Every year, the Financial Times publishes a list of the world’s top 100 business schools in terms of master’s programs. Out of nearly 15,000 business schools in the world, JIBS has made it into the ranking.
“Getting into the Financial Times Masters in Management ranking means a lot to us. We see it as an important milestone and the result of several years of purposeful work with quality and relevance in education, says Jerker Moodysson, CEO and academic leader at JIBS in a press release.
JIBS has a clear entrepreneurial and international profile with master programs designed to attract students from all over the world. The ranking shows that students feel that the education gives value for money and that they quickly get a job after graduation.
Jönköping University, with its focus on JIBS, is the Hamrin Foundation’s single largest recipient of grants.
“It’s great that JIBS now receives this confirmation of its work and the master’s program it offers. We have been part of JIBS since the beginning and our collaboration has included different types of projects that have been rewarding on many levels,” says Lovisa Hamrin, Chairman of the Hamrin Foundation, owner of Herenco and member of the JIBS Advisory Board.