Published 15 September 2022
University College Dublin has constantly been performing well in the FT MiM Rankings, with a five-year average rank of 6th. This year, it was ranked 2nd in international work mobility, whilst the Dublin-based university also scored impressively in the diversity assessment, with 43% international faculty, 37% female students, and 88% international students. The 168-year-old university recorded the highest weighted salary among Irish business schools, with an average of $93,510.
Professor Anthony Brabazon, Dean of the UCD College of Business, said: “The sustained performance of our MSc in International Management programme with a global top 10 ranking for the past five years cements the programme’s position as one of the most sought after Masters programmes in International Management around the globe.
“To remain successful at this elite level year on year is a testament to the excellence of our students, faculty, and programme support team.”
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