Bayes ranks 3rd in the UK and 41st globally in Financial Times MSc in Management Ranking 2023

School also comes 1st globally for alumni career progress for MSc in Management programme

The Bayes Business School (formerly Cass) MSc in Management programme has moved up two places to 3rd in the UK and nine places to joint 41st in the world in the Financial Times MSc in Management Ranking 2023.

Notably, Bayes came 1st globally for alumni career progression and scored highly on other metrics related to the alumni network. The School ranked 2nd in the UK for international work mobility, and 3rd in the UK for alumni salary percentage increase. The ranking result also reflects Bayes’ strength in school diversity metrics.

The annual pre-experience ranking compares postgraduate management programmes from global business schools, and the FT updated their methodology this year to include metrics on the value of the alumni network, ESG course content and carbon emissions, along with a reduced weighting to alumni salaries.

Professor André Spicer, Dean of Bayes Business School, said:

“As we mark the second anniversary of our name change to Bayes Business School, this is a great result and a glowing endorsement of the postgraduate experience here at Bayes on the world stage.

“Our success in terms of alumni progression underlines the value of our MSc in Management for recruiters, while student satisfaction ratings are a testament to the unique opportunities and support our students receive.

“I would like to congratulate our colleagues, students, and alumni on this excellent result. We are very grateful for their efforts.”

Dr Simone Krummaker, Associate Dean for MSc Programmes at Bayes, said:

“It is great to see the MSc in Management occupying a strong position both nationally and globally.

“This latest ranking highlights the strength of the career platform that our programme provides for students upon graduation.

“A Bayes MSc gives students a real-world focus, honing skills developed during undergraduate studies to further equip them for professional life. Through working with companies during projects and assignments and attending exclusive networking events, students have the perfect opportunity to gain exposure to the world’s largest employers – many of whom are based right here in the City of London.”

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