The Financial Times rankings are widely accepted as some of the most prestigious and demanding international rankings.
Flagship masters ranked amongst the world’s best by the Financial Times
The University of Exeter Business School’s flagship management and finance postgraduate programmes have been ranked amongst the world’s best in The Financial Times’ influential world rankings.
Our MSc International Management ranked 91st in the Masters in Management rankings and our MSc Financial Analysis and Fund Management ranked 62nd in the Pre-Experience Masters in Finance ranking, featuring for the first time.
These results mark a hat-trick for the Business School, which is also ranked in the top 100 European Business School by the Financial Times.
David Boughey, Associate Dean for Education at the University of Exeter Business School, said “The Financial Times rankings are widely accepted as some of the most prestigious and demanding internationally, so this is a very significant accolade for Exeter and a boost for our international reputation.”
“Our alumni are key to our rankings success and we are incredibly proud that our graduates have established careers all around the world at leading organisations such as KPMG, Unilever, Dyson, Accenture, Barclays Bank, EDF, Diageo, Huawei and Deloitte.”
Programmes need to meet strict criteria in order to be eligible for the rankings, they must be full-time, cohort-based, have a minimum of 30 graduates each year and hold either AACSB or EQUIS accreditation.
Rankings are calculated with information from two surveys, one completed by alumni and the other by the Business School. Criteria includes alumni salary which carries the most weighting, increase in salary and career progress, placement success and international mobility.
Date: 24 September 2018