Financial Times 2023 ranking: TBS Education ranks 37th among the world’s business schools
On September 11, 2023, the Financial Times published its international ranking of Masters in Management. TBS Education moves up 13 places to rank among the world’s top Management Schools.
We are proud of this progress, which reflects the collective effort made on each of the pillars of our development strategy: pedagogical well-being, international influence, renewal of our 4 campuses in Paris and Barcelona, Casablanca and Toulouse. It also reflects the academic excellence of our Master in Management Program and the high level of expertise of our teaching staff.— Stéphanie Lavigne, Dean TBS Education
By 2022, our Master in Management Program had already climbed 13 places and entered the Top 50. Once again this year, the prestigious Financial Times ranking, one of the most respected and followed in the field of education, honors the excellence of our training and the strategy led by the School. The strategy focuses on the educational well-being and renewal of the 4 TBS Education campuses: Barcelona, Paris, Casablanca and Toulouse. But also around international influence and the creation of new innovative training models.
On a national level, TBS Education ranks 9th among the best Master in Management programs offering a Master’s degree in Management.
TBS Education stands out in particular on the following criteria:
- Student support and development;
- Pedagogical innovation and career guidance;
- Recognition of the academic excellence of our teaching staff;
- Commitment to CSR (carbon footprint and parity).
An international ranking that speaks for its graduates
The Financial Times, the UK’s leading business and finance daily, publishes seven rankings a year of programs offered by international business schools, including Executive MBAs, Masters in Finance, Masters in Management and others.
Each year, the Financial Times ranks the world’s best Masters in Management programs. To build this top 100, the British daily relies mainly on the voices of graduates. Alumni are interviewed three years after the end of their studies, on criteria such as professional integration, career development and international mobility, as well as the faculty’s academic level, degree of internationalization and gender balance.
To compile its rankings, the Financial Times uses a wide range of criteria:
- average salary three years after graduation;
- employment rate three months after graduation;
- the ratio between the cost of education and students’ salaries;
- percentage of international students in the school;
- international student mobility and number of foreign professors;
- the percentage of women among both students and teaching staff;
- the reputation of the Research conducted by the School.
The aim of TBS Education’s Master in Management Program is to train future responsible managers, capable of implementing innovative projects that meet today’s sustainability challenges, with a real sense of collective intelligence.