Campus - 11.09.2023 - 07:30 

FT Masters in Management Ranking places HSG in second position worldwide

For twelve consecutive years, the "Master in Strategy and International Management (SIM-HSG)" was ranked the world's best programme. This year, the University of St.Gallen takes second place.
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Nachdem das SIM-Programm 12 Jahre in Folge als weltweit bestes Programm gerankt wurde, gibt es den Spitzenplatz ab und rückt auf den zweiten Platz.

On 11 September 2023, the Financial Times published its annual rankings of international Masters in Management programmes, placing the University of St.Gallen’s (HSG) Master in Strategy and International Management programme (SIM-HSG) in second place.

With this ranking, SIM-HSG once again shows their unique approach to building leadership capacities among students with an entrepreneurial and purpose-driven spirit who are committed to global citizenship. “Our vision to constantly innovate and confront students with the complex challenges facing our societies has never waivered,” said SIM Managing Director Prof. Dr. Omid Aschari. “We will continue to contribute our best to the world and collaborate with our diverse partners to generate exceptional value for our students, employers and society at large.”

Supported by a tight-knit and active alumni community that is engaged in the progress of our students, the programme seeks collaborative ways to develop the leadership capacities of participants.

The Financial Times ranking weighs different criteria ranging from employment, international mobility, quality of faculty and salary. Based on an annual survey of business schools and their alumni, The Financial Times analysis of universities has long been a respected voice looking at global academic excellence.

This year’s ranking placed HEC Paris in first place, the University of St.Gallen in second and the London Business School in third position.

The FT 2023 Masters in Management ranking can be found here.

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