EADA's Master in Management maintains its position in the global Top 40
The International Master in Management programme at EADA Business School has maintained its position in the Top 40 of the most relevant international programmes, at number 37, according to the Financial Times Masters in Management 2021 ranking published today by the reputable British newspaper the Financial Times, which has extended the ranking to include over 100 schools.
According to Programme Director, Antony Poole, “to achieve such a high level of satisfaction among our participants (9.42) demonstrates that the programme design and quality meet its purpose, which is of particular relevance in the current complex situation caused by the pandemic.” The growing internationalisation of programmes and the appearance of new institutions has also increased competitiveness among the top global business schools.
The ranking is compiled based on various parameters including faculty, diversity, financial investment, career progression, salary and employability three months after completing the programme. The Master in Management is designed for recent graduates and aims to help them enter the labour market and give a boost to their careers.
As a prerequisite for entry into the ranking, the Financial Times requires all schools to hold the academic accreditation awarded by EQUIS or AACSB (Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business).