Cass rises in global Masters in Management rankings
Influential FT rankings place Cass second in UK and 14th in the world
Cass Business School has jumped to second in the UK and 14th in the world in the Masters in Management rankings published by the Financial Times today. The School has risen from third in the UK and 17th globally.
The FT Masters in Management ranking, now in its ninth year, assesses the top 70 general management degrees offered by internationally accredited business schools.
The ranking is compiled using data collected from surveys of schools and their students who graduated three years previously. It is based on an established set of weighted criteria that range from alumni salaries to teaching faculty diversity.
Cass Dean, Professor Steven Haberman, said: "I am delighted that our Masters in Management continues to be ranked among the very best programmes in the world. This result reflects the academic excellence of our faculty, the quality of our curriculum and the outstanding programme support available to students."