NHH - Norwegian School of Economics
Region: Northern Europe
Country/Region: Norway
Found Year: 1936
Address: Helleveien 30
Introduction

NHH is the most prestigious centre for research and education within the fields of economics and business administration in Norway. The school has strong bonds with both the business community and public sector organizations. Faculty members publish in leading journals and occupy influential positions as advisers and board members in the public and private sectors. As with the majority of European universities, the full-time academic programmes at NHH follow the structure of a three-year Bachelor of Science (BSc), a two-year Master of Science (MSc) and a three-year Doctor of Philosophy (PhD). The school launched Norway's first ever master programme fully taught in English in 1986, and has been awarding doctoral degrees since 1957. NHH graduates go on to distinguish themselves in their chosen careers, both nationally and internationally. NHH alumni occupy senior positions in business life, the public sector and politics in Norway, but their success is not limited to the shores of Norway. NHH graduates can be found in places as diverse as Canary Wharf in London, the oil fields of Venezuela and the US Congress in Washington DC. NHH is a research led institution that is recognized internationally for its ground-breaking research in a number of fields. Faculty members have been intimately associated with some of the most significant developments in the field of finance. The list of internationally renowned faculty members includes Karl Borch, co-founder of modern risk theory and Jan Mossin, one of the fathers of the Capital Asset Pricing Model (CAPM). In 2004, NHH alumnus and adjunct professor Finn Kydland, was the recipient of the Nobel Prize for Economics, and in 2009 Agnar Sandmo was awarded the European Lifetime Achievement Award in Environmental Economics. The school strives to be one of the leading research and educational institutions for economics and business administration in Europe, and sets out to recruit only the best students. EQUIS (European Quality Improvement System) full five-year accreditation, together with membership of CEMS (Global Alliance in Management Education) and PIM (Partnership in International Management), reinforce a strongly held belief that excellence in research is the prerequisite for excellence in teaching.

Academic Ranking of World Universities
901-1000
Academic Ranking of World Universities
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2017
801-900
2018
901-1000
2019
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2020
901-1000
2021
Global Ranking of Academic Subjects
All Subjects
Subject
Rank
Best Ranked Subjects
Subject Rank
Finance
101-150
Management
101-150
Economics
151-200
Business Administration
201-300
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