London Business School is today ranked in the top two (2) post-experience Masters in Finance programmes in the world, by the 2016 Financial Times’ ranking.
London Business School topped the table for alumni salaries, with its Masters in Finance (MiF) graduates achieving the highest average salary three years out from graduation ($136,613).
Gareth Howells, Executive Director, MBA and MiF, London Business School, said: “Our Masters in Finance programme combines world class teaching with practical and international experience. It is particularly pleasing to see that our graduates have the highest employment rate – 90% within three months of graduation – and command the highest average salary today.”
London Business School is also ranked top across a range of measures relating to global reach and diversity, including international course experience, with 96% of students coming from outside the UK, along with 86% of faculty.
There are 114 students in the current MiF class (2016) representing 41 nationalities and with an average 5 years’ work experience in finance.
The FT Masters in Finance Ranking 2016 surveys alumni who have been in the workplace for three years since graduation, combined with current programme data from the business schools ranked.
More information about London Business School’s MiF programme is available online.