London Business School's Masters in Management (MiM) programme has ranked third in the world, for the second year running, in the Financial Times' 2019 ranking.
The ranking, which combines the views of alumni three years out from graduation with 2018 employment and 2019 enrolment data, confirms the School’s international diversity – 96% of class – the second highest of the 100 schools ranked.
LBS also ranks highly (92%) on aims achieved – a measure of the degree to which the MiM has enabled students to fulfil their career aims and ambitions – and the School’s Career Centre ranks among the top five of all schools ranked (4).
Nalisha Patel, Programme Director, Degree Education, London Business School, says, “We are immensely proud of our diverse cohort of students and alumni from across the globe and delighted that we continue to improve – for example with women representing 51% of our latest class just enrolled. The result today is a testament to this success, and to the exciting careers that our graduates go on to lead.”
Some of the School’s biggest recruiters of MiM graduates include Bloomberg, McKinsey & Company, PricewaterhouseCoopers and The Boston Consulting Group.
The ranking is a relative assessment of the world’s top pre-experience degrees in general management. It is calculated through a broad range of criteria including ‘salary today’, ‘placement successes’ and ‘international mobility’.