Top global ranking for Masters in Management Programme at DCU
Top global ranking for DCU’s Masters in Management Programme Dublin City University’s Masters in Management programme has entered the top global Financial Times’ 2016 ranking.
The placement at 86 makes DCU the youngest university to feature in this FT listing and is a resounding international endorsement of DCU’s quality as a young, dynamic university which places a strong emphasis on excellence in its teaching, innovation and research.
The 2016 ranking lists 90 programmes and is based on data collected from two surveys: one of the participating business schools and the other of alumni who graduated three years ago — the class of 2013. The ranking is based in part on how successful alumni have been in their careers, as reflected in the salary data.
Professor Anne Sinnott, Executive Dean of DCU Business School attributes this success to DCU Business School’s innovative approach to teaching and its extensive industry links,
“The ranking confirms that our MSc in Management is among the top in the world and provides further evidence of our position as an innovative and quality business school, where graduates are prepared for a dynamic workplace.”
Unlike MBAs and specialist masters, masters in management are targeted at those at the beginning of their careers. They are typically designed for excellent students from non-business backgrounds who have limited work experience.
DCU Business School, which was awarded the prestigious AACSB accreditation in early 2016, is also recognised in other rankings for the quality of its postgraduate programmes.
Four of the DCU Business School Specialist Master’s programmes were recently ranked in the Eduniversal Best Masters in the top 30 globally in their respective fields.
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