Masters in Management programme ranked in top six
London Business School's Masters in Management (MiM) programme has been ranked globally at number six in the Financial Times' 2015 ranking.
London Business School is ranked number one in the UK and is the only UK school to feature in the top ten for the second time running. The programme climbed four places this year to consolidate its position in the top six internationally.
The Financial Times’ MiM ranking is based on a relative assessment of the world’s top pre-experience degrees in general management. The ranking is calculated through a broad range of criteria including ‘salary today’, ‘placement successes’ and ‘international mobility’.
The School's global credentials were affirmed in this year's ranking with 169 international students participating in the MiM, accounting for 96 per cent of the class – the most international student body across all MiM programmes listed in the ranking for a second year running.
Leila Guerra, Executive Director, Early Career Programmes, London Business School, said, "Our global classroom is a tremendous draw, students benefit from working together and from a life-long network of alumni worldwide. The result today is a testament to this and to the exciting careers that our graduates go on to lead.”
The MiM class of 2014 recorded a 97% employment rate within three months of graduation. The average salary reported by London Business School's 2012 MiM students was £78,814 three years after graduation, an increase of 7% on last year's results. Some of the School’s biggest recruiters of MiM graduates include McKinsey & Company, Bloomberg, PricewaterhouseCoopers and The Boston Consulting Group.