The Financial Times released its 2017 Masters in Management rankings earlier this week. University of St. Gallen in Switzerland held the top spot again for the seventh consecutive year. European programs dominated the rankings yet again which place significant weight on international diversity. (90% of St. Gallen’s students and 80% of the faculty are international.)
For our American readers (and according to our web stats, that’s the majority of you), these programs are certainly worthy of consideration if you are interested in staying in Europe for at least a while after graduation. (It may be worth repeating here that the value of the degree is strongest for that first post-graduate job and afterward the work experience becomes a more important driver of your future career earnings.)
Best of luck with your applications!
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