Coller School of Management receives Eduniversal International’s Five Palmes of Excellence
The Coller School continues to maintain its status among the leading business schools in the world and has again received the highest award, Five Palmes of Excellence, on Eduniversal International’s annual ranking for 2017 in the Euro-Asia area. The ranking was announced at a festive ceremony at Eduniversal’s annual convention at the beginning of November 2017. The Coller School is the only business school in Israel to continue to receive this highest international recognition, with its emphasis on the quality of teaching and research and strong global impact. The award positions the Coller School in a leading place in the Euro-Asia region, and among the leading business schools in the world, including Harvard, Yale, MIT, Kellogg, the London Business School, Insead, the Copenhagen Business School, and more.
In the words of Prof. Moshe Zviran, Dean of the Coller School: “The ranking is yet another expression of recognition of the school’s international prestige and its place among the top business schools in the world. The emphasis that we place on academic excellence in the areas of research and teaching in the global perspective of the business world is the perception that guides the school and the key to success in the teaching and practice of management. We endow our students with the best of the knowledge and tools required to manage in the dynamic international arena”.
The Coller School of Management cooperates with Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management, which also received the Five Palmes of Excellence award for the North America region. The cooperation takes the form of the Kellogg-Recanati International Executive MBA program, which has just celebrated its 20th anniversary. The school also conducts a student exchange program with many of the schools around the world that have been highly ranked by Eduniversal.
Eduniversal’s ranking is based on a survey that encompasses 1,000 business schools in 154 countries. It includes the judgment of an international academic committee and the considered opinions of the 1,000 deans of the business schools.