Once again, EADA’s International Master in Finance has been ranked among the top 25 programmes in the world by the Financial Times, with 100% of graduates working after 3 months. According to the Masters in Finance Pre-experience 2017 Ranking, EADA is number 23rd in the world, consolidating its place among the best programmes in the world.
The Financial Times bases its ranking on an in-depth study of programme quality, including factors such as the diversity in the classroom, salary range and positive career development of graduates, value for money evaluation, graduate satisfaction and the academic and professional background of faculty. This year, a new category was added to the ranking, average salary, in which EADA scored well at 73,855 USD$.
According to Nigel Hayes, Director of the International Masters, “The success of the International Master in Finance is explained by the quality of our programme and its participants.” Hayes went on to highlight the importance of graduate employability: “The fact that in the international arena 100% of our students are already working three months after finishing a course in EADA clearly demonstrates that we are offering a first-level programme tailored to our students and to the businesses that employ them.”