UK top 5 for Masters in Management
The Financial Times Masters in Management (MiM) 2021 ranking has placed Durham University Business School =5th in the UK. The programme is also ranked =52nd globally, a rise of 11 places, and =43rd in Europe.
The Financial Times global ranking assesses a range of measures for each programme featured, including post-graduation salary, salary increase, faculty quality, diversity and international course experience.
The ranking also looks at career progress and shows the programme is placed 6th in the world, 5th in Europe and 2nd in the UK for this element, demonstrating how graduates have increased their level of seniority, as well as the size of company they are working for since completing their programme.
Professor Susan Hart, Executive Dean of Durham University Business School said:
“Our masters programmes are taught and delivered by world-class faculty, whose leading research underpins the learning experienced by our students. One-year, full-time programmes, like the Masters in Management, give students the opportunity to develop and enhance practical skills that employers are looking for. In addition, our strong focus on values and ethics in management develops our graduates attributes, so it comes as no surprise that this programme consistently ranks highly for both reputation and quality in independent assessments such as this.”
Professor Nick Ellis, Director of Masters in Management Programmes, said:
“The Durham Masters in Management, with its unique choice of specialist pathways and elective modules, is a very attractive package. This, combined with the fantastic opportunities throughout the programme for students to experience global business and a high level of careers support, has kept the programme at the forefront in a very competitive marketplace.”
The Durham Masters in Management has a range of specialist routes available, including the MSc Management (Finance) and MSc Management (Human Resource Management). However, the ranking was based on the main MiM route.