LBS’s MiF programme ranked first in the publication’s annual ranking of Masters in Finance post-experience programmes.
According to the Financial Times (FT), LBS’s MiF graduates experienced, on average, a salary percentage increase of 110% following the programme when compared to their pre-Masters salary. 87% of LBS respondents reported they had achieved their reasons or goals for doing the Masters, while the programme earned an ‘overall satisfaction’ score of 9.1 out of 10.
Anna Shoemaker, Programme Director of the School’s MiF, said the result reflected the positive feedback shared with the School by graduates and employers alike.
“LBS’s MiF continues to be a sound investment for those looking to take their finance career to the next level,” she said.
“We are always incredibly proud of our alumni; it is a joy to watch our MiF graduates go on to achieve incredible things in the world of business and beyond.”
“As business and economies grapple with the fallout of COVID-19 and look to rebuild their finances as part of the recovery process, the skills our MiF alumni learn and the knowledge they acquire during their time on the programme will be more important than ever.”
LBS’s MiF programme also topped the FT’s ranking in 2018. The FT did not publish its Masters in Finance ranking in 2019.