Mapping the best master’s degrees

Mapping the best master’s degrees

The Financial Times published a ranking of the best master’s degrees in administration around the world.

The master’s degree in Strategy and International Administration at the University of St. Gallen (Switzerland) found itself in first place for the eighth year running as graduates of the program earn an average salary of $94,002 per year, which puts it among the five best paid of the programs analyzed.
According to the classification, the Swiss program is followed by the master’s in administration of the HEC Paris, which has held onto second place since 2014, and the London Business School, which moved up one place in the latest ranking to a new high of third, and whose graduates earn an average salary of $80,000 per year.
The 2018 table includes master’s degrees across 27 countries, most of them in Europe, and some 30,000 students in the field.
  1. University of St. Gallen  |   Switzerland  |   MA in Strategy and International Managment
  2. HEC Paris  |   Paris  |  HEC MSc in Management
  3. London Business School  |   U.K.  |   Masters in Managment
  4. Essec Business School  |   France – Singapore  |   MSc in Management
  5. ESCP Europe  |   France – U.K. – Deutschland – Spain – Italy  |   ESCP Europe Master in Management
2018-09-19T21:36:35+00:00

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