The Financial Times conducts annual rankings of the leading business schools, universities and other institutions that offer different forms of business education, executive training and functional training throughout Europe and the rest of the world. These schools and programs are evaluated using a number of criteria, including comprehensive surveys of program alumni as well as quantitative information provided by the business schools themselves. The rankings contain information on such topics as career progress and salary percentage increase, as well as teaching methodology, faculty qualifications and international exposure.
Since 2007 SSE Riga has appeared in the Financial Times Ranking of European Business Schools. The School is ranked together with its 'mother', the Stockholm School of Economics (SSE), and its 'sister', the Stockholm School of Economics in Russia (SSE Russia). According to the Financial Times Ranking of Top European Business School in 2013, SSE Riga as part of SSE group is the No. 1 business school in the Baltic/Nordic region. SSE's position in the Euro ranking in 2013 was 21st out of 75 European schools.
EXANTE are happy to partner with SSE, recently its directors Gatis Eglitis and Vladimir Maslyakov made a presentation to the students on EXANTE and the prime brokerage sector. EXANTE will also participate in SSE careers day and EXANTE has also featured on the front pages of FT.