SSE ranks 13 in the world for Master in Management
The jury's in and we're proud to remain one of the top tier business schools in the world, according to the Financial Times Master in Management ranking.
Photo: Juliana Wiklund
On Monday, October 28, the Financial Times published its yearly ranking of Master in Management programs. SSE comes in at number 13 in the world and number 1 in the Nordics out of 100 ranked schools and a total of 111 programs competing.
Highlights from the report
- The 2016 Master of International Business (MIB) graduates reported an average salary increase of 48% since starting their careers,
- Over 90% of MIB graduates felt that they had overwhelmingly achieved the aims they had when entering the MIB program,
- The career progress rank for 2016 MIB graduates went up by 18 points, indicating that the 2016 alumni are doing well in their careers.
We always strive to offer our students the best education and the best possibilities when starting their careers. We hope to continue to grow and improve our programs on all levels.
You can view the ranking results on the Financial Times' rankings page.
Read more about the Masters in Management program.