The University of Liverpool’s Management School appeared in this year’s Financial Times Global Masters in Management (MiM) rankings.
The ranking lists the top 100 programmes from around the world based on factors such as salary increase, career progress, value for money and international mobility.
In order to be eligible for the ranking schools must meet a strict criteria, including the need to be either AACSB or EQUIS accredited.
Dr Patricia Murtagh, Programme Director of Masters in Management, said,
“Having our MiM programme in the rankings is an indication of the quality of the programme and the outstanding student experience we offer.
“Graduates leave us with a highly regarded qualification that enhances both employability and the earning potential of our MiM alumni.
“Our vision is to be a globally connected Management School whose transformative research and teaching places us at the forefront of influential knowledge leadership”
Professor Lisa Anderson, Associate Dean at the Management School said: “I am delighted that these rankings reflect a number of recent developments in the MiM.
“Our students join a community where they can expect research-connected teaching, dedicated and expert careers support and a number of extra-curricular activities aimed at helping them to develop as successful managers.
“We have a vibrant and growing community of students, alumni and staff who all contribute to the success of the MiM in Liverpool.”
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