This is the ninth edition of the FT World-wide Masters in Finance rankings, which record both pre-practical experience programmes and post-practical experience levels.
The FT defines pre-practical experience programmes as those people aimed at college students with small or no experienced practical experience, although write-up-practical experience programmes demand individuals to have worked in finance. Most comprehensive-time programmes are aimed at pre-practical experience college students.
Masters in fiscal engineering levels are not provided in these rankings as they have a tendency to put greater emphasis on quantitative techniques.
Programmes need to satisfy strict conditions to be eligible. They need to be comprehensive-time, cohort-centered and have a least of thirty graduates every 12 months. Ultimately, the educational institutions need to be accredited by either AACSB or Equis.
A full of eighty three educational institutions took component in the 2020 edition of these rankings, 79 in the pre-practical experience position and 5 in