Aston Business School’s Masters programmes have achieved 1st in the world for careers in rankings released by the Financial Times on 5th October 2009.
This measure of career progression surveyed alumni of the MSc in International Business
three years after they completed their course, asking them to indicate their level of seniority and the size of company in which they are employed.
The overall rankings are established by looking at 16 different aspects of the MSc course, including value for money, salary today and percentage of international students. Overall, Aston was ranked fourth in the UK and 30th in the world – only nine British business schools made it into the top 50.
Professor Mike West, Executive Dean of Aston Business School said:
“Having achieved the top ranking in the world for careers in three consecutive years, this Financial Times survey highlights the success Aston Business School graduates consistently achieve in the global marketplace. We have, without doubt, established ourselves as world leaders in employability for our students.
Not only is the quality of Aston’s teaching experience exceptional, the emphasis we place on equipping our graduates with excellent employability skills is second to none. This is proven year on year, with the ability of our graduates to secure senior positions in highly regarded businesses throughout the world.”
The MSc in International Business focuses on the links between the major business functions and their role in international business. It covers areas including strategic management, the economic environment, international finance, marketing, human resource management and international operations.
View the Masters in Management rankings on the Financial Times website >