Masters in General Management is number 1 in Belgium

Results of the Financial Times 'Global Masters in Management 2018' ranking

According to the most recent ranking of the Financial Times, the Masters in General Management programme at Vlerick Business School is the best in Belgium. Within Europe we are number 35 and worldwide we rank 41 within this top 100 of Masters in Management programmes.

Vlerick scores particularly well on all criteria related to career development. With regard to our Career Services - the way in which we support student recruitment and job search - we rise from 9 to 7. This position confirms our place in the global top 10. Furthermore, we have increased two places for career position (24) which is measured according to seniority in position and company size. Finally, we also rise 8 places from 64 to 56 for international mobility. This means that an increasing number of alumni have been employed in another country since graduation. 

The impact of the Masters in General Management programme at Vlerick Business School is also shows on a financial level. The average salary 3 years after graduation is 7% higher than last year and is among the 33% highest salaries in the ranking. Finally, our alumni also improved in terms of salary increase. The average difference between the salary just after graduation and 3 years later is 47%, compared to 45% last year.

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