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London Business School’s Masters in Management (MiM) programme has been named one of the world’s best by the Financial Times (FT).
LBS’s MiM programme has ranked third in the publication’s annual ranking of Masters in Management programmes, and retains its number one position in the UK.
The programme topped the rankings for the value of its alumni network, a newly introduced category, measured by alumni.
Graham Hastie, Associate Dean of Degree Education at LBS says:
“Our alumni have increased their ratings across almost all categories in this year’s rankings. We are particularly proud that our world class Career Centre is rated so highly for the quality of careers service offered. Our Career Centre supports our graduates to secure outstanding career outcomes, and this is borne out by our most recent MiM Employment Report, which shows that 94% of graduates had accepted job offers within three months of graduation. This year’s FT ranking also reflects the vital role that the Career Centre plays, with notable improvements in the career progress of our alumni."
The results reflect the strength of the School’s graduate masters programmes (Masters in Management, Masters in Financial Analysis and Masters in Analytics and Management) and the important role played by our global community in preparing LBS’s graduates for a wide range of impactful careers.