Financial Times Master in Management ranking results
Today Financial Times published their ranking of Masters in Management (MiM). SSE’s position in the MiM ranking dropped this year, from place 33 to place 44. CEMS, where SSE is a member school, is ranked 4th.
An expected drop
The position drop is expected and is partly an effect of which group of alumni is surveyed and the drop of the Swedish krona to the US dollar over the past year. The ranking has also become more competitive, growing from 70 to 80 ranked schools in 2015.
Three years ago we established the Master in International Business (MIB) program, as a result of the internationalization of SSE. However, it will take until 2018 for the MIB students to fully participate in this ranking. From 2018 and forward, we expect our efforts with the new program to fully show in the ranking results.
Ranked as top Nordic business school by FT
Earlier this year, SSE ranked in place 12 in the increasingly competitive FT Master in Finance ranking, and in December 2014 we were again ranked as the top Nordic business school by FT. Measuring all our Master of Science graduates, we see the same high standards we are used to, with 89% of graduates finding jobs within three months of finishing their studies. We continue to enjoy a most favored status from the most attractive employers in consulting, banking, industry, services, and technology.
Q&A´s about this ranking (pdf).
For more information about this ranking, please view the FT ranking data or contact Anne von Bergen (Anne.von.Bergen@hhs.se; +46-70 230 1610).