London Business School programme rated best for highest post-graduation salary
London Business School’s Masters in Finance (MiF) programme has retained its No.1 position in the latest Financial Times MiF post-experience rankings.
The FT surveys alumni who have been in the workplace for three years since graduation. Of those surveyed, LBS alumni recorded the highest post-graduation salary: US$160,593 (£120,200).
Gareth Howells, Executive Director, MiF, MBA and Early Career programmes at LBS, said the results reflected the quality of the learning experience delivered to MiF students during their time at the School.
“Our Masters in Finance programme benefits from our world-class faculty and student community, combined with important research and close links to key financial centres. LBS is the top ranked business school in the UK and consistently ranks in the top five in the world. There are many things that set it apart and make it unique – the location, the course curriculum, the flexibility,” he said.
“I am privileged to be able to see first-hand the incredible contribution our staff and faculty make to the programme, and the enthusiasm with which our students embrace the opportunities it offers them.
“The School is committed to maintaining the MiF’s longstanding reputation for excellence in the years to come by ensuring the programme continues to reflect best practice and delivers the best outcomes for our students.”
The LBS programme has topped the FT’s MiF post-experience rankings in seven of the past eight years.
The programme has evolved in that time to ensure students have access to the best learning experiences and graduate outcomes.