UCD Smurfit School’s Masters in International Management programme ranked 8th in the world by Financial Times
UCD Michael Smurfit Graduate Business School’s Masters in International Management Programme has been ranked 8th in the world in the prestigious 2020 Financial Times Masters in Management rankings. This is the 3rd consecutive year which this prestigious programme has achieved a worldwide top 10 ranking.
The Financial Times Masters in Management Rankings evaluate performance across more than 20 key indicator groups. UCD Smurfit School achieved its highest scores to date in the Careers Progress and Careers Service areas— breaking into the world’s top 15 for Careers Services and achieving a world’s 33rd for Careers Progress.
The Careers Service rank is based on the effectiveness of the Careers Service Team in supporting student recruitment as rated by alumni.†* The Career Progress rank is calculated according to changes in the level of seniority and the size of company alumni are working for between graduation and today.†*
The ranking also noted increases in the Weighted Salary and Salary Percentage Increase categories.
In areas of diversity, the School saw an increase in students who identify as women and international students.
The full 2020 Financial Times Masters in Management rankings table can be viewed here.
† Includes data for the current and one or two preceding years where available.
* Data from alumni who completed their programmes in 2017 included.