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Cass Business School rises in MSc in Management Financial Times global rankings

Influential FT report places City’s Business School 16th in world.
by Chris Johnson

The Financial Times has published its MSc in Management rankings and Cass Business School has risen to 16th in the world.

The annual FT report, which ranks the world's top 65 business schools for Masters in management studies, is based on survey results measuring criteria such as current salary, career progression and employment rates.

Dean of Cass Business School, Richard Gillingwater, said: "I am delighted that our MSc in Management continues to be ranked among the top programmes in the world by the Financial Times. This result reflects the academic excellence of our faculty, the quality of our curriculum and the outstanding programme support available to students.

"I was particularly pleased to see we have moved from second to first in the world in the career progression ranking, which demonstrates the excellent prospects our students enjoy after graduating."

View the Financial Times 2011 Masters in Management rankings

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