MSc International Management ranked 4th worldwide in terms of value for money
Tilburg University’s Master in International Management ranks number 5 in the world in terms of value for money. Overall, the program continues to rank among the top 50 best Management programs in the world. This is according to the annual Masters in Management ranking by Financial Times. Tilburg University retains its 49th position of the 2020 ranking (up from position 57 in 2019), while the overall satisfaction about the program among alumni increased to 8.60 on a 0-10 scale.
The ranking is based on institutional data and alumni responses three years after graduation. The university shares information on gender and international diversity among students and staff, employment rate, and international course experience during the program. The MSc International Management achieves relatively high scores for female students (48% women) and international faculty (57% international).
Alumni respond to questions about salary, career path, and school guidance in terms of career services. Graduates show a 60% salary increase, comparing the first job after graduation and the situation three later. Just like last year, the Msc International Management obtained a global top-5 position in terms of value for money, a score calculated according to alumni salaries today, course length, fees and other costs.
More information about the Masters in Management ranking is available on the Financial Times website.