The Financial Times ranks TBS Education’s Master in Management program in the TOP 50 worldwide
The Financial Times published its international ranking of Masters degrees in Management in September 2022. Our Master in Management program is ranked 50th and has moved up 13 places compared to 2021.
TBS EDUCATION’S MASTER IN MANAGEMENT ONE OF THE TOP 50 IN THE WORLD
“Our progression in the Financial Times ranking is a testament to the hard work we have done on the school’s academic excellence and its international and intercultural dimension since I took up my position in 2020.
Stéphanie Lavigne, Managing Director of TBS Education
We are proud of our students, our network of graduates, our faculty and staff, and of course our partners with whom we continue to develop the school on a daily basis”.
THE FINANCIAL TIMES RANKING
The Financial Times, Europe’s leading financial and economic media, publishes seven rankings per year of international business school programs such as Executive MBAs, Masters in Finance, Masters in Management and others.
The data is collected through online questionnaires which consider information provided by the business schools themselves and by their alumni.
The Financial Times uses a wide range of criteria to compile its rankings:
- average salary three years after graduation;
- employment rate three months after graduation;
- the relationship between the cost of education and student wages;
- the percentage of international students in the school;
- international student mobility and number of foreign faculty;
- the percentage of women among both students and faculty.
TBS Education’s Master in Management
The vocation of the Masters in Management is to train future managers who are responsible, capable of implementing innovative projects that meet current sustainability challenges, with a true sense of collective intelligence.
“I am very proud of the strong progression TBS Education’s Masters in Management program has achieved in the Financial Times ranking. It demonstrates the great collective dynamics of this program, which is committed to the academic excellence of its teachers, to supporting students in their career paths, and to giving them a true international student experience. Alumni, students and staff can now be proud to belong to the group of the 50 best Masters in Management programs in the world”.Anne Rivière, Director of the Master in Management Program and Masters of Science (MSc) at TBS Education