International Management MSc at UCD Seventh Best in World

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International Management MSc at UCD Seventh Best in World

Published 08 November 2018

The Financial Times has ranked the masters course in Management at Smurfit Graduate Business School as the seventh best in world. Business courses at Smurfit Business School are amongst the most highly acclaimed and reputed courses in the world, with the MSc in Finance also ranked in the top 50 globally.

The Global MiM survey by Financial Times takes into account factors such as graduate employability and mobility, diversity, graduate pay, the overall value for money and other factors when ranking the business and management courses. The prestigious QS World University Rankings 2019 also place UCD on top in Graduate Employability in Ireland.

According to the Dean of UCD School of Business, Professor Anthony Brabazon, UCD Smurfit Business School is now one of the topmost business schools in the world. He further stated that “We aim to provide a world-class education for all our students so that they can fulfil their potential and accordingly we benchmark ourselves against the top 50 postgraduate business schools in the world”.

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