On Monday 16th of September, the Financial Times released its annual ranking of pre-experience Master’s in Management. The London School of Economics entered its MIM programme for the first time, placing #3 in the UK and #20 worldwide.
LSE ranked #3 worldwide for international mobility of alumni; thus reflecting the commitment of the School to diversity and internationalisation. The programme also ranked highly in all diversity measures such as international faculty and students; female faculty, students and board members.
The FT Master’s in Management ranking, now in its ninth year, aims to give a thorough assessment of the top pre-experience degrees in general management. The rankings are compiled using data collected from surveys of participating schools and their students who graduated in 2010. The position of a school in this ranking is determined by the career progression of its alumni (including salary levels); diversity measures, including diversity among students, faculty, and board members; and international aspects of the curriculum and Master’s experience.
Dr Alexander Pepper, Programme Director, said: "The LSE's Master's in Management is an innovative new programme which has been included in the FT rankings for the first time. We are proud to be ranked alongside other top international programmes, and look forward to building on our early success as we develop the programme in the future".
The CEMS continued success in the FT ranking among the world’s top programmes is also a confirmation of the high quality MIM programme delivered across the Global Alliance in Management Education, of which the LSE is a member school.
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Published: 16 September 2013