DCU Business School Ranks in The Financial Times Top European Business Schools 2020
7th December 2020: DCU Business School has been ranked in the top 90 Business Schools in Europe in this year’s Financial Times Ranking 2020, published today.
The Financial Times Ranking for Business Schools is one of the most highly acknowledged and widely cited authorities on quality and performance of institutions globally, and DCU Business School is one of only three Irish Business Schools to achieve this ranking.
The European Business Schools ranking is based on the overall scores that each school has achieved for each ranking in which it features, such as MBA, Executive Education, Masters in Management and EMBA. Each of the program rankings measure the schools’ quality and the breadth of programmes on a number of indicators ranging from salaries and career progress to overall diversity in the organization and mobility.
Of note for DCU Business School, the percentage increase in salary for graduates of the Masters in Management is reflected in these rankings: alumni enjoy a 57% salary increase after graduating and many have experienced positive changes in the level of seniority in their careers.
Welcoming the announcement, Acting Dean Prof Barbara Flood commented:
“We are delighted to be listed among Europe’s leading Business Schools in this significant FT ranking. This comes just months after receiving the rankings for our Masters in Management. Our position in the ranking is a clear demonstration that the high quality teaching and learning that we provide to our students is amongst some of the very best internationally.”
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