MSc in Finance, Bocconi 7th in the World in FT RankingsTHE SCHOOL CONFIRMS ITS POSITION IN THE WORLD'S TOP 10, ALSO GAINING ONE POSITION, IN THE FINANCIAL TIMES' RANKING OF THE BEST MASTERS IN FINANCE
Graduates all in employment within three months of graduation and who three years after graduation have seen their salaries increase on average by more than 2/3. These are some of the indicators that push Bocconi's Master of Finance to gain a position, thus rising to 7th place in the world, in the 2020 Global Masters in Finance ranking, published today by the Financial Times, where Bocconi is also the only Italian school present.
The program evaluated by the London newspaper on the basis of 19 criteria, including data provided by schools and alumni evaluations, is the Master of Science in Finance course. A program balanced between solid theoretical training and application in the field, which takes advantage of an international environment, both in students and faculty, and which offers many career opportunities as managers, analysts and economists at banks and other financial institutions, in finance divisions of companies and in financial authorities and regulators.
"The Master of Science in Finance consolidates year after year its reputation, highlighted in the most prestigious and competitive ranking, that of the FT", says the Dean for international affairs, Stefano Caselli. "Success depends on a combination of factors that make the program attractive and robust: the selection of students at levels of excellence, the constant success of placement at international level, the quality of teaching and the standing of the faculty that develops its research in Finance".
by Tomaso Eridani