- It’s positive that BI once again is represented in the global Masters in Management rankings, and that we have improved from last year. It is great to see that the result is based on our candidates’ careers development, says the President of BI, Inge Jan Henjesand.
This year’s list features six new schools all placed in front of BI. This shows that competition is tougher than ever and that more and more educational institutions are fighting to be on the list.
Fact: The Financial Times conducts five different programme rankings every year – including Masters in Management. The ranking of Masters in Management Studies (BI`s MSc in Business and Economics) is partly based on the candidate’s salary opportunities for career development, number of women on boards, faculty and among the student body, as well as a number of factors that measure the degree of internationalisation of the organisation, of the education and among students.