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Four Portuguese universities on the Financial Times “Masters in Management” ranking

Four Portuguese universities on the Financial Times “Masters in Management” ranking
ECO Economia Online · 13 Sep 2021

Nova SBE, Católica Lisbon School of Business and Economics, ISCTE Business School, and the University of Porto – School of Business and Management are the four Portuguese schools that are part of the Financial Times (FT) "Masters in Management" ranking, released this Monday. The new Portuguese entry in 2021 is the School of Business & Management of the University of Porto.

The School of Business & Management of the University of Porto closes the Portuguese representation in the ranking, winning 98th place. The school debuts on this list with its master's degree in management, which has an employability rate of 100% and a salary of 43,257 dollars (36,560 euros) after three years of completion of training.

"The presence of the Master's in Management course in the Financial Times ranking, after directly entering to the Top 100, is the result of the work that the entire school has been doing towards its renewal and internationalization. This is yet another recognition which encourages us to continue working for the quality of training of our students and their careers”, highlights the director of the Faculty of Economics of the University of Porto (FEP), José Varejão.

Switzerland, France, and Ireland on the podium

The University of St. Gallen (Switzerland), HEC Paris (France), and University College Dublin: Smurfit (Ireland) are the top three universities in the ranking, with master's degrees that guarantee an employability rate of 92%, 98% and 86 %, respectively. The salaries of recent graduates should reach, in each case, 123,999 dollars (104,800 euros), 120,856 dollars (102,150 euros), and 94,517 dollars (79,890 euros) after three years.

London Business School (UK) and the Rotterdam School of Management (Netherlands) complete the Financial Times Top 5.