The Financial Times Global Master in Finance ranking, published June 2018, once again recognises Lancaster University Management School’s MSc in Finance as being one of the best in the world. With 65 global business schools ranked, Lancaster’s programme is positioned 29th worldwide and 5th in the UK.
Collaborative links with business, specialist careers support and an established international community continue to be key characteristics of the School. LUMS ranks 21st in the world for career progression, calculated according to changes in the level of seniority and the size of company alumni are working for between graduation and today. Salaries reflect the transformative nature of the programme too, with LUMS graduates of the MSc Finance earning an average of $67,900 USD three years after graduation.*
Recent MSc Finance graduate, Katerina Martini, credits the programme with helping her to secure a successful career in Private Banking:
“I am currently working as a Private Banking Associate in Eurobank Private Bank in Luxembourg. Without a doubt, I believe that I would not have managed to get this position, and more importantly, to cope with the daily duties of this position, if I had not lived the Lancaster experience.”
*based on programme alumni who participated in the FT survey.Back to News