The rankings of the international business newspaper Financial Times (FT), published in more than 20 countries, are a recognized quality indicator for a business school.
To be eligible for Financial Times rankings the business school must meet certain quality standards including international accreditation (EQUIS or AACSB).
RANKING FT EUROPEAN BUSINESS SCHOOL
FT European Business School ranking presents the leading European business schools. It evaluates the business school as a whole based on the results of the programs:
- MBA / Executive MBA (Master of Business Administration),
- Masters in Management (Master in Management),
- Executive Education (Corporate executive education programs).
RANKING FT MASTERS IN MANAGEMENT
FT Masters in Management ranks master's programs in the field of management. It’s based on data received from the schools and their graduates which are interviewed anonymously. Among the most significant criteria affecting a place in the ranking:
- weighted average salary of graduates three years after graduation,
- career growth and graduate status three years after graduation,
- international career mobility,
- international academic mobility,
- percentage of teachers with a doctoral degree,
- payback: salary three years after graduation minus training costs.