Financial Times: Bocconi 6th in the World for the Best Management ProgramAFTER THE PROGRAM IN FINANCE, THE MSC IN INTERNATIONAL MANAGEMENT IS ALSO CONFIRMED IN THE TOP 10 OF THE FT RANKINGS
A complete international experience for students and notable progress for graduates in terms of salary and career. These are the main aspects that have led Bocconi's Master of Science in International Management to move up four places in the ranking of the best Global Masters in Management published today by the Financial Times, reaching 6th place worldwide. In June, Bocconi was also confirmed in the top 10 of the FT's best Masters in Finance, ranking 8th.
The evaluations for the ranking are based on a series of criteria, including the placement of graduates, students' international experience and alumni progress in terms of salary and career. Of the individual criteria, the Bocconi program stands out for the rating given by alumni to the effectiveness of the career service (ranked 6th in the world) and the fact that 3 months after graduation 100% of graduates have found employment.
"The Financial Times' ranking for these two-year programs," comments Stefano Caselli, Dean for International Affairs at Bocconi, "now sees the best institutions competing on a global level. Achieving sixth place represents for our University a decisive acknowledgement that certifies us more and more as a center of attraction for talents at an international level."
Bocconi is also present in the FT ranking with the CEMS program, of which it is a founding partner, which ranks 9th.
by Tomaso Eridani