FT Masters in Management ranking 2022 published
The Financial Times publishes its annual ranking for Masters in Management today. This list is a global indicator of master programs in management. Nyenrode Business University holds the 78th position worldwide. The total list consists of the best 100 universities.
Nyenrode's approach is characterized by a combination of academic theory, practical relevance, and personal development. This proves to be an added value for many students in their learning process.
The full-time Master of Science in Management program students at Nyenrode particularly appreciate the career counselling, job guarantee, and the opportunities to gain work experience abroad offered. Carlijn Wentzel, Program Director of the full-time Master of Science in Management program, is pleased with the students' valuation: "The program combines academic content with practical relevance and personal development and gives students a kick-start in the business world through our Nyenrode Alumni Community. Both Dutch and international students appreciate this."
The university has risen considerably on the 'Employed at three months' and 'career services' indicator list. Willem van Donge, Head of Career and Personal Development, says: "Our students come into direct contact with the business community. In addition, they work on their personal development through coaching and a leadership development program. This way, they stand firmly in their shoes and are well prepared for a successful career that really suits them and where they can make a positive impact."
"With our core values Leadership, Entrepreneurship, and Stewardship, we show that we are building a solid future with responsible leaders, and that helping students at Nyenrode does not stop at graduation," adds Wentzel.
First place in the ranking is University of St Gallen from Switzerland. Find the full Financial Times Masters in Management Ranking 2022 here.
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