EADA’s Master in Management ranks Top 33 worldwide
According to the Financial Times Masters in Management 2022 Ranking published today by leading British newspaper the Financial Times, EADA’s International Master in Management has maintained its position in a select group of Top international programmes, improving its 2021 ranking by moving up four places to number 33, and consolidating its 3-year position in the top 40.
To Programme Director, Antony Poole, “this improvement in the rankings holds a lot of merit, as the real challenge for business schools lies in maintaining and consolidating their position. This is especially significant in a global environment where there is an increasing amount of competition”.
The ranking is based on various parameters including faculty, diversity, financial investment, career progression, salary and employability three months after completing the programme. The International Master in Management is designed for recent graduates and aims to help them enter the job market and boost their careers.
To be eligible to take part in the ranking, the Financial Times requires all schools to be internationally accredited by EQUIS or AACSB (Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business).