MSc in Management ranked in the top 90 in the world in Financial Times Ranking 2020
28th September 2020: DCU Business School’s MSc in Management is ranked in the top 90 in the world in this year’s Financial Times Masters in Management Ranking 2020, published today.
The FT Global Masters in Management Ranking is considered to be one of the most comprehensive and significant of its kind internationally for Master in Management programmes. The ranking uses a number of criteria – including career progression, alumni satisfaction and international mobility – to rate the world’s leading business schools.
Our alumni enjoy a 57% salary increase after graduating and many have experienced positive changes in the level of seniority in their careers – we are ranked at 43rd in the world for Career Progress. In addition, this programme is ranked 26th in the world and number 1 in Ireland in the Value for Money category.
DCU Business School is committed to continually improving the experience we offer our students and to ensuring our position in the ranking continues to increase.
Welcoming the announcement, Acting Dean Prof Barbara Flood commented:
“We are thrilled to find our MSc in Management programme among the world’s leaders in this significant FT ranking. This announcement provides welcome news during these uncertain times, and reflects the commitment of DCU Business School to the highest standards in our work. Itis testament to the expertise and dedication of our staff and the quality of our students.”
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