Financial Times Ranking; Master in International Management ranked 3rd worldwide in terms of value for money
The Master in International Management is ranked 3rd worldwide in terms of value for money, according to Financial Times. Additional, we rank 9th worldwide in terms of career progress. These results contribute to a 57th position worldwide, compared to 89th in 2017.
The ranking is based on institutional data and alumni responses three years after graduation. The university shares information on gender and international diversity in students and staff, employment rate, and international course experience during the program. Alumni respond to questions about salary, career path, and school guidance in terms of career services.
The top 100 Masters in Management are published annually by Financial Times. The ranking is based on responses to an alumni survey, executed by FT. In 2018, Tilburg University was not ranked due to insufficient alumni responses to the FT survey. In 2017, International Management was ranked 89th.