| 13.09.2021

Hanken rose to best Finnish university in the Financial Times’ Masters in Management ranking

Hanken’s master’s programme has been ranked 55th in this year’s edition of the Financial Times’ Masters in Management ranking. This is a significant rise in comparison to last year (ranked 70th). Financial Times annually ranks the best master’s programmes world-wide.

- We are very pleased that our position in the ranking improved. The result proves that Hanken’s master’s programme is of high international standard. We are especially proud of the fact that Hanken was ranked as number two in the world regarding value for money. Our graduates have also continued to do well on the labour market despite of the pandemic. We want to sincerely thank all the alumni that took the time to complete the survey from Financial Times, says Rector Karen Spens.

In total there are some 14 000 business schools in the world. Of these, only 100 are ranked on the Financial Times list. Eight Nordic business schools have made it on the list. Two of these are Finnish. The Top 3 consists of University of St. Gallen (1), HEC Paris (2) and University College Dublin: Smurfit (3).

Variables that affect the ranking are, for example, alumni career development and internationalisation of the university. The results in the ranking are partly based on a survey sent to alumni who graduated with a master’s degree from the university three years previously, and partly on data handed in by the universities themselves.
Read more about the ranking on Financial Times' website.

 

 

More information:
Sandra Eriksson
Quality Assurance Coordinator
040 3521 526
sandra.eriksson@hanken.fi