Durham University Business School’s MSc Management has been recognised as one of the world’s top programmes by the Financial Times, in its Masters in Management rankings 2017. The programme has climbed nine places in this year’s global rankings, rising from 56th in 2016 to 47th, and has ranked fifth among Masters in Management programmes at UK institutions.
Professor Susan Hart, Dean of Durham University Business School said,
“Durham University Business School’s MSc programmes consistently appear in top independent rankings for both quality and reputation. They are all taught by world-class faculty, whose leading research underpins the learning experienced by our students. These intensive one-year, full-time programmes enable students to develop and enhance the analytical and practical skills employers’ value.”
The annual global ranking assesses a range of measures for each programme featured, including post-graduation salary, salary increase, faculty quality, diversity and international course experience.
These rankings also place the School’s MSc Management programme 2nd in the UK for value for money, and 8th globally for alumni salary increase – an excellent result for the School.
Dr Christos Tsinopoulos, Director of Masters in Management Programmes at Durham University Business School said,
“Our MSc in Management is designed to develop successful managers and entrepreneurs. They apply some of the latest management thinking in real world scenarios to develop skills which are relevant, practical and in demand. Our students benefit from exposure to national and international business environments through effective use of our alumni and wider business connections, a fact which has been reflected on our ranking position.”
Durham University Business School remains one of the UK’s longest established business schools, carrying three internationally-recognised quality assurances (EQUIS, AACSB and AMBA).
Further information about the MSc Management programme at Durham University Business School, please visit the website.