Master's programme at the School of Business ranked 46th in Financial Times ranking

The ranking listed the 100 best master's programmes in management in the world.

Aalto University School of Business maintained its position in the Financial Times Masters in Management 2018 ranking that was published on 10 September. The school placed 46th as the rank was 45 in 2017 and 51 in 2016. The annual FT ranking measures areas such as career and salary development of graduates from the business schools and the degree of internationalization of the programmes.

The Financial Times ranking ranked the 100 best Master’s Programmes in management in the world. The ranking was based on information given by graduates and statistics produced by the schools. Alumni who had graduated from the master’s programme three years earlier participated in the ranking.

The highest ranked programme was the MA in Strategy and International Management offered by University of St Gallen in Switzerland. The same programme ranked first also in 2017.

The international CEMS Masters in International Management, which is offered by 30 business schools in the world, ranked 9th also this year. Aalto University School of Business offers this programme in Finland.

More information:
Ingmar Björkman, Dean
Aalto University School of Business
+358 40 704 0291
[email protected]

Timo Saarinen, Associate Dean, Teaching and Learning
Aalto University School of Business
+358 50 584 9272
[email protected]

http://rankings.ft.com/businessschoolrankings/masters-in-management-2018

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