Alliance Manchester Business School is today ranked 6th in the UK, 11th in Europe and in the top 45 globally in The Financial Times’ Top MBAs for Finance Ranking 2018.
Introduced last year, the Top MBAs for Finance Ranking focuses on MBA alumni working in finance three years after graduation, taking into account criteria such as salary, salary increase and research. The ranking uses data collected for the Financial Times 2018 Global MBA Ranking, which placed AMBS as the top UK School outside the London-Oxbridge triangle.
The Top MBAs for Finance Ranking found that Class of 2014 MBAs working in finance typically enjoy a salary increase of 110% three years after graduating, with an average salary of $131,000. They also benefit from impressive career progression and international mobility, with the School placed 14th in both areas.
Head of Postgraduate Careers and Employability, Chris Garnett said: “Finance remains one of the most popular sectors for our MBA graduates and I am delighted that this ranking confirms the continuing success of our alumni.
“Our Manchester Method produces graduates that are equipped to deal with global challenges and we have a track record of placing students with renowned employers in the finance sector, such as Admiral, American Express, Citibank and Credit Suisse.”