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Masters in management 2010

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Rankings at a glance
Current rank1356
Rank in 2009[1]43
Rank in 2008[1]34
Average of rank over 3 years[1]44
CountryU.K.
Programme nameMA in Management
Aims achieved (%)175
Alumni career progress
Salary today (US$)[2]1,83945,926
Weighted salary (US$)1,83945,926
Value for money rank28
Careers rank58
Placement success rank63
Employed at three months (%)>991[3]
School diversity
Women faculty (%)125
Women students (%)1639
Women board (%)233
International faculty (%)165
International students (%)680
International board (%)233
International experience & research
International mobility rank59
International course experience rank58
Languages0
Faculty with doctorates (%)1095
Additional notes
Course fee (local currency)8,000
Course length (months)12
Number enrolled 2009/1080
Relevant degreeNo
Company internships (%)00

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Calendar

  • Feb 20th
    Prof Ido Erev (Technion and Warwick University): From Anomalies to Forecasts: Toward a Descriptive Model of Decisions under Risk, under Ambiguity, and from Experience
  • Feb 23rd
    Finance Workshop
  • Feb 28th
    QS World Grad School Tour, Thessaloniki, Greece
  • Mar 1st
    Tirthankar Roy (LSE): Law, Colonialism, and Development: How the three were related in India and why it matters
  • Mar 2nd
    Miguel Delgado (University of Carlos III of Madrid): paper title tbc
  • Mar 2nd
    QS World Grad School Tour, Athens, Greece
  • Mar 4th
    QS World Grad School Tour, London, UK
  • Mar 8th
    Patrizio Lecca (European Commission): Long-term social, economic and fiscal effects of immigration into the EU
  • Mar 9th
    Dong Lou (London School of Economics): paper title tbc
  • Mar 15th
    Frédérique Bec (University of Cergy): Do Experts Forecast Rationally? A theoretical and empirical assessment of the role of information observation and forecast adjustement costs
Footnotes

1. These data are for information only and are not used in the rankings.

2. Alumni career progress

3. (85)

Alumni profile

Please note that these statistics are based on the data supplied by those alumni who responded to the survey. Class of 2007.

Strengths and weaknesses

Alumni ratings for different aspects of the programme (average), where 1 = poor and 10 = excellent

International Mobility

Alumni who moved countries following their programme (per cent)

Company internships

Alumni who completed a company internship and received a job offer from the host company (per cent)

Importance of aims when taking a Masters

Alumni importance ratings for different programme aims (average), 1 = not important, 10 = very important

Aims achieved by taking the Masters

Achievement of programme aims (per cent)

Current job title

Alumni job titles three years after graduation (per cent)

Current company size (employees)

Size of company of employment three years after graduation (per cent)

Current sector

Sector of employment three years after graduation (per cent)