QMUL’s School of Economics and Finance masters programme in Investment and Finance has been ranked eighth in the UK and 37th in the world by the Financial Times in its Masters in Finance Pre-experience 2016 list.
Elsewhere in the rankings the programme placed third in the UK and 12th in the world for the careers criteria which assessed the career status of alumni three years after graduation.
Overall the ranking is based on 18 criteria including: graduate salaries three years after graduation, diversity of the staff and student cohort (both male to female ratio, and international diversity), value for money, careers rank, placement success, employability at three months, the percentage of professors holding doctorates and international mobility.
“We are particularly pleased with our strong careers ranking (third in the UK and 12th in the world), as we know how important careers progression is to our students,” said Professor Francis Breedon, Professor of Economics and Finance.
Further information of our masters programmes can be found here.
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