FT Masters in Management ranking 2021 published
Today the Financial Times is publishing its yearly ranking of Masters in Management. This list is a worldwide indicator for Master programs in management. Worldwide, Nyenrode holds the 75th position on this list, against place 83 last year. The entire list consists of the best 100 universities.
The Nyenrode approach is characterized by the combination of academic theory, practical relevance, and personal development. This has proven to be of added value for many students in their learning trajectory.
The students of the fulltime Master of Science in Management at Nyenrode value in, particular, its international character, growth opportunities after obtaining their degree, and the full experience of the program.
Carlijn Wentzel, program director of the fulltime Master of Science in Management, is pleased with the students’ appreciation: “These results give us confidence for the future. Following an eventful year with mainly online education, we are very proud of the resilience, determination, and creativity of our students. We will continue to apply ourselves together with the students to get the most out of their studies.”
Regarding the measures of ‘career progress’ and ‘career services’, the university has increased significantly. “With our core values Leadership, Entrepreneurship and Stewardship we have shown that we are building a solid future with responsible leaders and that guidance from Nyenrode doesn’t just stop upon obtaining the degree,” according to Wentzel.
The first place in the ranking goes to the University of St Gallen in Switzerland. You can find the entire Financial Times Masters in Management Ranking 2021 here.
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