FT Masters in Management ranking 2019
This year’s Financial Times Masters in Management ranking sees Henley Business School move up the table in all overall positions, placing in the UK top 10 and world top 70 programme providers.
The results, published today, also show Henley is performing strongly in key areas such as diversity, graduate prospects and international course experience.
Henley’s overall positions for 2019 are as follows:
- No.8 in the UK
- No.57 in Europe
- No.67 in the world
At Henley we are fully committed to making our campuses a welcoming and inclusive environment, with a number of diversity and inclusion initiatives in place. This commitment is reflected in our world top quartile and UK top 10 positions for diversity:
- No.2 in the world for % of female full-time faculty (49%) (No.1 in the UK)
- No.10 in the world for % of female students (51%) (No. 2 in the UK)
- No.23 in the world for international full-time faculty (57%) (No.9 in the UK)
- No.25 in the world for % international students (79%) (No.9 in the UK)
We also have an award-winning careers team providing students with a wide range of opportunities to empower and enable them to leave Henley confident in being able to progress their careers forward successfully. Sessions range from CV and interview tips to Lego play and stand-up comedy. Their efforts are evidenced in our strong graduate prospects:
- No.4 in the UK for graduate career progress (No.13 in the world)
- No.4 in the UK for career services (world top 30)
- No.7 in the UK for graduate % salary increase three years after graduation (world top 30)
Henley’s Masters in Management brings together the different disciplines within business and management in a unique learning context, blending immersive overseas study experiences and innovative teaching based on live projects. As part of the programme, students conclude their studies with an international study visit to Strasbourg allowing them to start to apply their learning in real-world situations and start putting their knowledge and skills into practice. We are pleased to see Henley ranked No.5 in the UK for international course experience this year.
Professor George Alexandridis, Head of Pre-Experience Postgraduate Programmes at Henley Business School, said:
“We are delighted that our flagship Masters in Management has been placed again among the leading masters programmes in the world by the FT. In the last few years we have invested further in the student experience and career development of our Masters candidates, which is reflected in our position in the ranking. It is particularly encouraging to see that our MiM programme is now ranked in the top 5 in the UK for graduate career progress and career service, both of which are important criteria for the selection of Masters programmes. As a pioneer in business education we are committed to continue introducing innovations that set our Masters programmes apart, aiming to enhance our students’ employability skills and career prospects.”
This is the fourth year that Henley has participated in this highly-regarded international ranking.
The full results can be viewed on the FT website.
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