The Business School’s Masters in International Management has been ranked in the global top 80.
Exeter's International Management Masters ranked in global top 80 by Financial Times
The Business School’s Masters in International Management has been ranked in the global top 80 in the latest Financial Times (FT) rankings.
The programme entered the FT Masters in Management league table at 80th in the world and 13th in the UK. This is the second Business School Masters programme to be featured in the FT global rankings this year: the Masters in Financial Analysis and Fund Management is now 43rd in the world and 14th in the UK.
The FT rankings are calculated using a broad range of criteria, including employment rates, graduate salary, international mobility and careers support.
Professor Robin Mason, Pro-Vice-Chancellor of the Business School, commented: “This recognition is a great accolade for the University of Exeter Business School, and testament to the high quality of both the content of and teaching in our programmes. Our priority is to ensuring our students receive a first-class student experience during their time with us, graduating with the skills and knowledge that they need to go to excellent international careers. We are delighted that our commitment is reflected in these latest rankings.”
Date: 18 September 2015