FT Masters in Finance 2022 ranking
The FT Masters in Finance (MiF) ranking, which was published today (Monday 13 June) places Henley sixth in the UK, no. 32 in Europe and no.38 in the world overall for its pre-experience programme, an increase across all regions.
Henley is ranked no.25 in the world for overall student satisfaction (no. 8 in the UK and no.20 in Europe), and was noted for its levels of diversity among students and faculty, placing within the top 25 in the world for the percentage of female students (no.10 in the UK), and no.1 in the UK for the percentage of female faculty (no.4 in the world).
Career outcomes on Henley graduates also feature within the rankings, with 89% of students reporting to be employed within three months of graduation, and 80% reporting they had achieved their aims since graduating from the programme. Henley MiF alumni also reported an average salary increase of 59% three years after graduating, which was ranked no.2 in the UK (no.17 in the world).
The Masters in Finance programme is taught at Henley by the ICMA Centre, which celebrated its 30th anniversary earlier this year.
Professor George Alexandridis, Head of Pre-Experience Postgraduate Programmes at Henley Business School said:
“The overarching aims of our Finance Masters programmes are to prepare our graduates for the future of Finance and enable them to develop skills for the new era in the world of work. We are pleased that this is reflected in our overall position in the FT ranking but also in that the rate of increase in our graduates’ salaries being the second highest in the UK.
“Our position in the world top 30 for careers service and overall student satisfaction reflect the hard work of colleagues at Henley on delivering an outstanding experience for our students.
“Our recently revamped portfolio of Masters in Finance has introduced further learning innovations and opportunities for professional development, which our students tell us they value most.”
You might also like
CBI’s first Green Bond Treasurer Survey supported by Henley Business School academics
Four-day week pays off for UK business
Henley's 'Four Better or Four Worse?' white paper exploring this growing business trend found that of those businesses who have already adopted a four-day working week, nearly two-thirds (64%) have reported improvements in staff productivity.