Financial Times Masters in Management Ranking 2013


Manchester Business School’s MSc in International Business and Management has risen to 46th in the world according to The Financial Times’ Masters in Management Ranking 2013, published today, 16 September.

The annual ranking uses a number of criteria – including career progression, alumni satisfaction and international mobility – to rate the world’s leading business schools.

This year The FT highlights MBS’ Careers Service as 9th best in the world and shows that 93% of alumni are employed three months after graduating.

Dr Stuart Roper, Director of Postgraduate Taught Programmes at Manchester Business School, said: “In such a competitive job market it is testament to the quality of our teaching and our Careers Team that such a high percentage of our alumni are recruited so soon after graduation.”

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