September 21, 2012
In addition to being – once again – the only North American business school on this prestigious list, rubbing shoulders with 69 other schools and universities, most of them in Europe and Asia, the graduate program is one of the top 10 by subject, for accountancy.
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.
“Our inclusion on the Financial Times list since 2009 lets us position our program even better as a world leader in management education,” emphasizes Program Director Claude Laurin. “We are very proud of this achievement.”