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For the Financial Times, Made in Bocconi Managers Are Among the Best in the World


Bocconi continues to climb the rankings with a new acknowledgement of teaching quality and positive feedback for alumni on the international job market. The University moved up six spots in the 2013 ranking of Masters in Management, published today by the Financial Times, placing 17th worldwide. Bocconi is also in the ranking with CEMS, a program it was a founding member of, which placed 7th.

The program included in the ranking is the Master of Science in International Management, a two-year degree held in English, which was launched in 2006, debuting in the FT ranking in 2010 at 33rd place. Evaluations for the ranking are based on a series of criteria, including the international mobility of graduates, students' international experience during the Master of Science and alumni progress in terms of salary and career.