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The Amsterdam Business School’s Executive Master in International Finance (MIF) post-experience programme was ranked 3rd in the world by the Financial Times (FT) today.

This is a remarkable achievement for the MIF and demonstrates once again that the programme is globally competitive.

The programme was ranked 1st in a number of categories:

  • career progress
  • international mobility
  • value for money

Other highlights include a 2nd place ranking in the International Course Experience category. These scores, coupled with a 97% salary increase for our graduates, confirms the MIF’s positive impact on career prospects and demonstrates how it helps students get to the next level of their career and excel as finance professionals.
The FT ranking has London Business School in 1st place, followed by the University of Cambridge.

We always strive to incorporate cutting edge research as well as the changing needs of the industry into our curriculum MIF Programme Director Jens Martin

Highest overall satisfaction

Jens Martin, Director of the Master in International Finance, explains why the MIF continues to perform well in global rankings: 'We always strive to incorporate cutting edge research as well as the changing needs of the industry into our curriculum: be it machine learning, big data or impact investing. Together with a dedicated faculty and support staff, students greatly appreciate our approach, which results in the highest overall satisfaction score in the FT Ranking of any university.'

Marc Salomon, Dean of the Amsterdam Business School, adds 'I’m very happy that the efforts that we made over the past few years to offer a programme that covers both traditional finance as well as fintech and artificial Intelligence are now bearing fruit.'

About the Financial Times ranking

The Financial Times publishes an annual ranking of post-experience  Master’s programmes for students with work experience. The ranking methodology in this case uses indicators such as surveys, academic qualifications of staff, geographic and gender diversity, and feedback from alumni regarding practical relevance and the quality of education. Business schools must be AASCB and EQUIS accredited and only full-time programmes with a minimum of 30 graduates per year are considered.