Following are some of the best Masters in Management programs as ranked by the FT.com:
Lancaster University Management School (UK)
- Lancaster's MSc in Management is the 3rd highest ranked UK programme based on the average ranking over the past three years, and the 23rd highest ranked programme in the world based on the same three-year period (Financial Times ranking of Masters in Management programmes, 29 September 2008).
- The MSc in Management represents a family of three programmes: the original MSc in Management, the MSc in Management and Marketing, and the MSc/LL.M in Management and Law.
- The MSc in Management has been approved and accredited by the Chartered Institute of Marketing to provide direct entry on to the CIM's Professional Diploma in Marketing. The programme is also accredited by The Association of MBAs.
- It is a 12 months, full-time programme designed for recent graduates from non-management disciplines.
- The CEMS Master's in International Management (MIM) is a top-level postgraduate degree, ranked No. 1 in the world by the Financial Times in 2009.
University of Bath (UK)
- Bath’s MSc in Management has risen six places to a position of 34th globally and 6th in the UK (Financial Times’ 2009 global ranking of the top Masters in Management programmes).
- The ranking’s ‘Leagues of their own’ section, which lists the top ten schools in a selection of different subjects, puts Bath 1st in the UK for Marketing (7th place globally).
- The School is consistently ranked among the top UK business schools by The Times, The Financial Times and The Guardian.
University of Strathclyde (Scotland, UK)
- Strathclyde Business School (SBS) has been ranked 3rd in the UK, and 27th in the world, in the Financial Times Global Masters in Management 2009 rankings.
- The MSc in Business and Management (MBM) is a one year full time course.
- Once graduates have the Strathclyde MBM qualification and have consequently gained a minimum of three years' relevant business experience, they can convert the MBM into the MBA by taking additional credits.
National Chengchi University (Taiwan)
- National Chengchi University College of Commerce (CNCCU) has been placed at 47th for its MS in International Business, making it the top provider among Taiwanese universities, and also in a leading position in Asia (FT 2008 academic ranking of Masters in Management).
Durham University (UK)
- The MA in Management was ranked 7th in the UK in the FT Masters in Management rankings 2009.
- Durham Business School is triple accredited: AACSB, AMBA (Association of MBAs) and EQUIS (European Quality Improvement System).
Rotterdam School of Management (Netherlands)
- Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University, is ranked 8th in the FT Masters in Management Ranking 2008, up from 10th in 2007, 13th in 2006 and 20th in 2005.
- RSM is consistently ranked amongst the top 10 business schools in Europe.
EDHEC Business School (France)
- 11th in the FT Master in Management 2009 league table.
- It is also placed 5th in the "Best School for Finance" in the FT 2009 ranking.
- EDHEC is fully accredited by the French government and was one of the first schools worldwide to be awarded the triple accreditation AACSB, EQUIS and AMBA.