AMS’ Master in Global Management climbs up in Financial Times Rankings
Yesterday the Financial Times published their annual Masters in Management (MiM) Ranking. Antwerp Management School (AMS) is proud to announce that its Master in Global Management programs climb 8 places: from rank 45 towards rank 37 worldwide.
The rankings are compiled according to information about 17 criteria collected through two separate surveys. The first is completed by the business schools and the second by alumni. AMS is particularly proud of the following results:
- 61% of our students are international students, making AMS a truly international business school.
- 86% of our graduates felt that our master’s program helped them fulfill their goals.
- 95% of our graduates are employed within three months after graduation.
This year’s cohort of our Master in Global Management programs (China-Europe Business, International Fashion Management, Global Management, Global Supply Chain Management) started in September with 120 students from 23 different countries. This master prepares them for a successful international business career in a wide range of sectors and functions, in a multicultural business environment. It provides them with the knowledge, social skills and business attitude required to enter global businesses and organizations.
AMS holds a strong position in the worldwide top 40 within this ranking as well as Vlerick Business School. An achievement that the small region of Flanders can be very proud of. It's certainly proof of our aim for delivering high quality educational programs and our open mind towards the world.
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