• 1 July 2015
Financial Times Ranking of Masters in Finance  2015

Le MSc Financial Markets & Investments de SKEMA passe à la 6ème place avec l’Essec, devant l’EDHEC et juste derrière le MIT !


Pour établir son palmarès, le Financial Times s’appuie sur des critères des salaires des jeunes diplômés après trois ans d’expérience professionnelle, la progression des salaires entre ceux perçus avant la formation et après, la fonction occupée, l’insertion professionnelle après trois mois et autres critères académiques concernant directement le programme.



1. Can any business schools participate in the FT rankings?

To be eligible to participate, a school should be accredited by AACSB or Equis; it must have a programme that has been running for at least four years; and it must have graduated its first class at least three years before the ranking publication date.
2. Which journals are included in the FT research rank?

Both the MBA and EMBA rankings include a research rank. This is calculated according to the number of faculty publications published in 45 academic and practitioner journals. Points are awarded to the business school at which the author is currently employed. The total is then weighted for faculty size.
The full list of journals is available here: 45 journals

3. Which exchange rates does the FT use in its salary calculations?

The FT rankings use Purchasing Power Parity rates, published by the International Monetary Fund, rather than normal currency exchange rates. All salary data are converted into $US equivalents. Unlike conventional current rates, PPP conversion factors take into account the cost of living in the country where a currency is used.

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