Rankings

Rankings of Master in Management (MiM) programs can help prospective applicants make informed decisions about where they want to study. MiM Guide does not publish any rankings per se, however, below you can find rankings of business schools by popularity. Below MiM Guide's rankings by popularity, you can also find the rankings of Master in Management programs and other business master's programs, which are created by external publications, including the Financial Times and the Economist. These organizations publish rankings of Master in Management programs as well as Master in Finance programs.

Rankings by Popularity

100 Most Popular Business Schools Worldwide
Most Popular Business Schools in United States
Most Popular Business Schools in Europe
Most Popular Business Schools in United Kingdom (UK) and Ireland
Most Popular Business Schools in Asia
Most Popular Business Schools in Australia / New Zealand
Most Popular Business Schools in Canada
Most Popular Business Schools in Africa / Middle East
Most Popular Business Schools in Latin America

Global MiM Rankings

Financial Times Masters in Management 2018
Financial Times Master in Finance Pre-Experience 2018
Financial Times Master in Finance Post-Experience 2018
The Economist Masters in Management 2019

About Master in Management (MiM) Rankings

The publications listed above use a variety of factors to help determine their rankings of Master in Management (and Master in Finance) programs. Common factors that are included when creating MiM rankings might include the following:

  • Post-MiM salary
  • Increase in salary versus before an MiM
  • International mobility (the success rate for students who wish to use Master in Management programs to switch from one country to another.)
  • International balance
  • Career progress

Other factors that Master in Management (MiM) rankings might examine include gender balance, faculty research, overall value, selectivity, and more.

Why are Master in Management rankings important?

Master in Management (MiM) rankings are important because they help potential students understand the relative quality of the various programs offered by business schools around the world. Rankings can help prospective applicants compare programs, see post-MiM salary data, and get other insights into each program's career prospects.

Although it's important to know about MiM Rankings, for many applicants they are not the sole determining factor about where they want to study. Although, for example, rankings might be able to help us make informed decisions about Master in Management programs, there are no reliable rankings of other specialized rankings for other business master's programs, such as Masters in Business Analytics or Masters in Supply Chain Management.