The Financial Times Masters in Management Ranking 2021 has rated Bayes Business School (formerly Cass) as the best business school in London for alumni career progression and percentage salary increase.
The annual ranking, which takes into account student experience, academic expertise, diversity and career opportunities of management master’s programmes across the world, sees Bayes positioned 4th in the UK and 3rd across London, while rising globally and in Europe.
Professor Paolo Volpin, Dean, Bayes Business School, said:
“This is a strong result, and a pleasing way to begin life as Bayes Business School.
“In light of an increasingly competitive market and ongoing global challenges, it is particularly encouraging to see recognition for the strength of our alumni career progression.
“The ranking is testament to the excellence and ambition of our students and alumni.
“We are entering a new era as Bayes Business School with renewed focus on delivering an inclusive and diverse environment for all of our people, and we look forward to building on this success."
Dr Simone Krummaker, Associate Dean for MSc Programmes at Bayes Business School, said:
“It is great to see MSc Management occupy a strong position both nationally and globally.
“This latest ranking highlights the strength of the career platform that our programme provides for students upon graduating.
“An MSc at Bayes gives students a real-world focus, honing skills developed during undergraduate studies to further equip them for professional life. Through working with real companies during projects and assignments and attending exclusive networking events, students have the perfect opportunity to gain exposure to the world’s largest employers – many of whom are based right here in the City of London.”
The Financial Times rankings methodology is based on information from business school and alumni surveys, with the most weight given to the feedback of alumni three years post-graduation.
On Monday 6th September, the Business School (formerly Cass) became Bayes Business School. Read more about the reasons behind the name change and the actions being taken to improve inclusion and diversity and widen participation.