KUALA LUMPUR, Oct 29 -- The School of Business of Hong Kong Baptist University (HKBU) has won a world top 100 ranking for its Master of Science in Business Management (MScBM) programme in the Financial Times Masters in Management (MiM) ranking.
The second year running achievement was after a successful debut in the MiM ranking last year, whereby in this year’s ranking, the great majority of respondents agreed that the HKBU MScBM programme helped them achieve their goals.
The programme also ranked in the top 30 globally for alumni’s career progress and percentage salary increase in the first three years after graduation.
“We are continually developing our programme to provide our students with world-class education that prepares them to excel on their chosen path,” said HKBU School of Business dean, Prof Ed Snape.
The Financial Times Masters in Management 2019 ranking is based on survey responses from the class of 2016 alumni along with school data. The ranking is based on a broad set of criteria including alumni career progression, school diversity, international experience and research.
Among the criteria, the HKBU School of Business was ranked highly for school diversity, with the fourth highest proportion of female students (70 per cent) and placed in the top 20 in percentage of female faculty (45 per cent) among all schools globally.
More information at https://bus.hkbu.edu.hk.