Imperial's Masters in International Management has been ranked 10th in the world in today’s Financial Times Master’s in Management rankings.
The ranking placed Imperial 10th in the world, an increase of four places on last year. Together with the Master’s in Finance, Imperial College Business School now has two suites of programmes in the top 10 global rankings of the Financial Times.
Within the individual criteria, Imperial’s MSc was ranked number one in the world for the international makeup of its faculty and the gender representation on its board.
Once again, the ranking also highlighted the international diversity of Imperial’s student body, placing it fifth in the world. The programme also enjoyed a big jump in “student aims” achieved, rising 12 places from last year to 14th position.
"Today’s result further demonstrates the quality of the Master’s in Management programme and the success our students and alumni go on to enjoy in the marketplace." Professor Francisco Veloso Dean of Imperial College Business School
Professor Francisco Veloso, Dean of Imperial College Business School, said: “In what has been a challenging year, I am very pleased to see the hard work of our staff, students and alumni recognised in this way. Today’s result further demonstrates the quality of the Master’s in Management programme and the success our students and alumni go on to enjoy in the marketplace. It also reflects that they are part of one of the most internationally diverse academic communities in the world, affording them world-leading access to a diversity of thought and experience.”
The Financial Times ranking is based on the responses of both business schools themselves and their alumni. The full rankings table can be viewed on the Financial Times website.
For further information about the Management Masters’ suite of programmes at Imperial College Business School, please visit the Business School’s website.
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