Imperial’s MSc International Management has been ranked 9th in the world in today’s Financial Times Masters in Management rankings
Imperial College London climbed again in this year’s rankings after reaching 10th in 2020, with the Master's in International Management being one of the latest Business School programmes to be ranked in a global top ten by the Financial Times.
Imperial was recognised as having the strongest representation of international students, jumping to 1st place in this category from 5th last year, demonstrating the global popularity of the programme. The Master's also retained its 1st place position for international faculty, highlighting the worldwide talent within the Business School community.
Imperial's MSc also stood out on the percentage of students employed within three months of graduating from the programme, ranking at 8th in the world and number one in the UK.
The Financial Times rankings are based on the responses of both business schools and their alumni, with the full Masters in Management table available on the Financial Times website.
The Financial Times announcement comes shortly after the release of the 2022 QS rankings, with other programmes in the Business School's suite of Management Masters’ broadly retaining or improving on their previous ranking, despite the disruption of the COVID-19 pandemic. Imperial’s Master’s in Strategic Marketing was again ranked at 3rd in the world by QS, while MSc Management ranked at 10th.
For further information about the Management Masters’ programmes at Imperial College Business School, please visit the Business School website.