AMS maintains strong position in international ranking

September 11, 2017

Antwerp Management School maintains strong position in international rankings.
Our Master in Global Management remains number 1 in Belgium.

On Monday, Sept. 11, 2017, the Financial Times published its “2017 Masters in Management Rankings.”  Coming top in Belgium, second place in the Benelux region and number 30 internationally, Antwerp Management School maintains its strong position.

The annual FT Masters in Management Rankings provide a thorough analysis of the best masters’ programs in general management in the world (full-time masters for recent graduates with little or no working experience). The rankings are based on data provided by the schools and their alumni.

Antwerp Management School has participated in the Master in Management Rankings since 2007 and this year, once again, is Belgium’s highest-ranked business school. The ranking is based on several criteria. Coming 10th (of 95 participating schools) in the careers category, AMS scores very well on this criterion. That is because AMS alumni occupy relatively high positions and work for large companies and multinationals. Furthermore, 100% of the class of 2016 found a job within three months.

Another asset is the large number of international students, with a record 72% foreign students graduating in 2016. Last week, the class of 2018 started with 180 students of 34 different nationalities. As such, AMS maintains its international focus – something about which the entire AMS team is very proud.

For full details of the Financial Times Rankings, please visit , see http://rankings.ft.com/businessschoolrankings/masters-in-management-2017