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SSE in top 20 in the Financial Times Masters in Finance ranking

Stockholm School of Economics ranks number 19 in the Financial Times Masters in Finance ranking. SSE continues as the top school in the Nordic region and currently ranks 15 in Europe.

University of St. Gallen and Bocconi University, both offering double degrees with SSE and Bocconi also being a partner through the CIVICA alliance, ranked 6 and 7 respectively. Another Swedish institution, namely Lund University School of Economics and Management, placed 38 in the rankings. 

For SSE MFIN alumni who graduated in 2017, the average salary is USD 89,786 and the average salary increase was 51 percent.

For more information, see the Financial Times Masters in Finance ranking.

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