This is the ninth edition of the FT International Masters in Finance rankings, which checklist both pre-knowledge programmes and post-knowledge degrees.
The FT defines pre-knowledge programmes as these aimed at students with minor or no experienced knowledge, when submit-knowledge programmes demand participants to have labored in finance. Most complete-time programmes are aimed at pre-knowledge students.
Masters in money engineering degrees are not integrated in these rankings as they tend to place greater emphasis on quantitative capabilities.
Programmes have to meet rigorous standards to be qualified. They have to be complete-time, cohort-based mostly and have a minimum amount of thirty graduates just about every calendar year. Last but not least, the universities have to be accredited by both AACSB or Equis.
A whole of 83 universities took section in the 2020 edition of these rankings, 79 in the pre-knowledge ranking and five in the submit-knowledge listing. Just one school, Singapore Management