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Financial Times: Career, a strength of the MSc MIB

La carrière, un point fort du MSc MIB selon le Financial Times
Published on
13 September 2021

Published by the Financial Times on Monday 13th September, the Master in Management Ranking consolidates the MSc MIB strength on Career outcomes. The programs tops at 9th rank in France and 42nd rank worldwide, four ranks better than the performance of the MSc MIB in the 2020 edition.

42nd Worldwide, 34th in Europe and 9th in France

Ranked 42nd amongst 100 other programs, the MSc MIB improves its global position by four ranks despite a real impact of the COVID-crisis. The European rank also improves by two ranks as the program is now ranked 34th in Europe and is still 9th in France.

A constant positive evolution of salaries for five years

Ranked for 16-years, the program shows a considerable improvement in salaries on the last five editions of the ranking. It is the first time that the salary evolution is so stable. Graduates declare their earnings three years after their graduation. Between the 2017 edition and the 2021 edition, the average salaries of MSc MIB graduates increased by more than 10%. 

Seventh program in the world on the Career Rank

For two years now, the program belong to the top 10 on the Career progress rank. This indicator is based on alumni surveys and focused on the seniority level of graduates and the size of the company they worked in between their graduation and today, three years later.

"Business students hunt for an edge in the post-Covid jobs race"
To learn more about the Master in Management ranking, you can read this article from the Financial Times. You will find some reflection of Céline Foss, MSc MIB Program Director, on the post-COVID employment market.

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