On Monday, June 20, 2016, the Financial Times (FT) published their Global Masters in Finance Pre-Experience Ranking for 2016. The Master of Finance (MSc) programme offered by Frankfurt School of Finance & Management was ranked 20th, improving its position (after placing 21st in the previous year’s ranking). The international ranking – which encompasses business schools around the world – is based on data collected from graduates who completed their Master of Finance degree courses in 2013. The FT first published the ranking in 2012. Since then, Frankfurt School has been the only German business school to appear in the table.
Traditionally, Frankfurt School always places high in the salary and career categories. Thus, the business school’s Master of Finance graduates have increased their annual salaries by almost USD 3,000 . In this year’s “Careers” ranking, Frankfurt School rose by one to place third in the table, and in the “Placement Success” ranking, the business school rose by two to place 15th in the table.
“We’re delighted that we’ve been able to rise in the ranking. Our Master of Finance is a genuine career booster for our alumni. Our first-class faculty and our outstanding Career Services team play a key role in this success,” comments Frankfurt School President Professor Dr Udo Steffens.