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Masters in management 2009

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Current rank33
Rank in 2008[1]-
Rank in 2007[1]-
Average of rank over 3 years[1]-
Programme nameMSc in Management
Aims achieved (%)84
Alumni career progress
Salary today (US$)[1]51,143
Weighted salary (US$)51,143
Value for money rank39
Careers rank49
Placement success rank26
Employed at three months (%)>82[2]
School diversity
Women faculty (%)19
Women students (%)49
Women board (%)36
International faculty (%)74
International students (%)89
International board (%)55
International experience & research
International mobility rank20
International course experience rank50
Faculty with doctorates (%)94
Additional notes
Course fee (local currency)[1]£19,250
Course length (months)[1]12
Number enrolled156
Relevant degree[1]-
Company internships (%)[1]0

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Alumni profile

Please note that these statistics are based on the data supplied by those alumni who responded to the survey. Class of 2006.

Strengths and weaknesses

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International Mobility

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Company internships

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Importance of aims when taking a Masters

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Aims achieved by taking the Masters

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Current job title

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Current company size (employees)

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Current sector

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