Sept. 1, 2020
MSc Finance at Lancaster University highly ranked by Financial Times
The MSc in Finance at Lancaster University Management School has been highly ranked by the Financial Times.
The FT’s recently published Masters in Finance Pre-experience 2020 rankings is a global ranking based on a broad range of criteria, designed to provide an insight and comparison of postgraduate Finance degrees offered by universities, and it has placed Lancaster University’s MSc Finance 43rd in the World and 8th in the UK.
Speaking about this exciting achievement, the Head of Department for Accounting and Finance at Lancaster University, Professor Grzegorz Pawlina, enthuses, “Our position in this global ranking is thanks to the dedication of our academic staff and the hard work of our students and alumni. We pride ourselves on delivering a globally leading curriculum that challenges students and opens up their future possibilities.”
Professor Pawlina continues, “I’m especially proud that FT recognises that more than half of our students are female, one of the best gender balances listed in the ranking, and reflective of our inclusive and welcoming LUMS community. We continue to work hard to ensure the best outcomes for our students, with MSc Finance students supported by our dedicated careers specialists in the School.”
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Content added on 1st September 2020.
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