LUSEM Management programme continues to be ranked among the world’s best

Publicerad: 2021-09-14

For the second year in a row, the Master’s programme in International Strategic Management at Lund University School of Economics and Management ranks in the top 100 of all Master’s in Management in the world.

“With many senior researchers in strategy and management, as well as related issues such as innovation and entrepreneurship, our researchers are heard and seen in the international arena. These perspectives are integrated in the education, which gives it the high quality,” says Mats Benner, Dean at LUSEM.

The Financial Times ranking is based on what alumni, former students, on the programmes say about their education three years after graduation. The programme in International Strategic Management started in 2016, which makes this ranking the second time that the School of Economics and Management has been able to get the programme ranked at all.

“This is strong proof of the effect that talented teachers and students can achieve together. I see it as a further recognition that the School of Economics and Management can deliver an internationally valid education,” says Mats Benner.

Read more about rankings

LUSEM accreditations and rankings 

Lund University in the world rankings 

The programme was also ranked last year

See all rankings at Financial Times

Contact

Mats Benner
Dean, Lund University School of Economics and Management

mats.benner@ehl.lu.se
046-2227620, 046-725434939

 

Ulf Ramberg
Programme director
Master’s in International Strategic Management

ulf.ramberg@fek.lu.se
+46 46 222 49 60

What is a ranking?

There are many ways of measuring the success of an education, one of them are to be ranked. This article is focused on the Financial Times Masters in Management 2021.

The international financial publication asks students who graduated three years ago what their education has given them, how their careers have gained momentum, what they earn, value for money, and how satisfied they are with what they have achieved thus far. The ranking is open to master's programmes worldwide in this field.

The Master's programme in International Strategic Management started in 2016. Lund University School of Economics and Management is the second higher education institution in Sweden to enter the Financial Times' prestigious list of management programmes.

There are approximately 15,000 business schools around the world and the vast majority provide education in management.