Vlerick Masters in General Management rises 3 places in Financial Times ranking

Results of the FT ‘Masters in Management 2012’ ranking

The Masters in General Management programme at Vlerick Business School has risen 3 places in the 2012 Masters in Management ranking issued annually by the Financial Times. This rise to 32nd place continues the progression of the two previous years, when the programme was ranked 35th (2011) and 37th (2010). In total, 70 programmes from around the world are included in this ranking.

Taking a closer look at the combination of key indicator results that determines a programme’s position in the ranking, we can conclude that Vlerick continues to provide excellent value for money (10th position) and has very good success in placing graduates (12th position). In addition, the School is ranked 20th for careers, which means that our students have excellent career opportunities within 3 years after graduation.

Marion Debruyne, Professor of Marketing and Director Masters Programmes: “We are happy to see the positive trend in our position in the FT ranking – it’s the result of our continued investment in the programme. Our focus on action-based learning and personal development provides our students with the necessary tools for launching their career with success.

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