September 19, 2011
For the third straight year, HEC Montréal has made the Financial Times annual ranking of Master’s in Management programs. Once again, it is the only North American business school on this prestigious list, rubbing shoulders with 64 other schools and universities, most of them in Europe and Asia.
As it did last year, the School stood out on the following points: alumni salaries three years after graduating, the placement rate for new graduates and the extent to which alumni fulfilled their goals or reasons for doing a Masters in Management.
“We are very proud of our MSc program, which gives graduates access to great careers in academia and the business world,” says the program’s Director, Claude Laurin. “Year after year, graduates have nearly a 100% placement rate in each of the 19 program options. The fact that we make the Financial Times rankings certainly helps boost our program’s reputation. In fact, we already attract students from some forty countries.”