July 10, 2018
Exeter Business School achieves well in prestigious rankings
The Business School at the University of Exeter is proving to be very successful in the latest rankings figures from the Financial Times. The recently released Masters in Finance rankings figures from the Financial Times placed Exeter’s MSc in Financial Analysis and Fund Management program amongst the top Finance programs in the world!
To achieve a place in these prestigious rankings, the business programs must adhere to strict criteria including alumni salary, increase in salary and career progress.
Associate Dean for Education at the University of Exeter Business School, David Boughey, says, “The FT rankings are widely accepted as some of the most prestigious and demanding internationally, so this is a very significant accolade for Exeter. It confirms that our CFA® Institute affiliated FAFM program is exceptionally high quality, giving its students a professional qualification in addition to an excellent masters degree.”
Program Director of the MSc Financial Analysis and Fund Management, Claire Lavers, adds, “I am delighted that both the quality of the MSc. Financial Analysis and Fund Management program, and the success of our alumni, have been reflected in the Financial Times rankings. This recognition illustrates the advantages our students gain by completing a rigorous academic masters degree, which also prepares students to sit the CFA® Level I and II professional exams during the course of this 12 month masters degree.”
The MSc in Financial Analysis and Fund Management is a one-year full-time postgraduate program.
Find out more about it here.
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Content added on 10th July 2018.
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