No.1 worldwide for the percentage of alumni who moved to finance;
No.1 worldwide for the percentage of alumni who work in finance;
No.2 worldwide for salary increase;
No.2 worldwide for career progress.
At 12:00 am on May 7, 2018 (British time), the Financial Times released its Top MBAs for Finance Ranking. Renmin Business School was a new entrant and placed No.26, the highest of all MBA programs in Beijing, China.
Included in the list are 50 MBA programs from 10 countries, which are ranked according to the percentage of graduates working in finance, alumni’s salary and salary increase, career progress, and research capacity among other indicators.
Specifically, Renmin Business School has the best performance with 53% of the graduates from its MBA program work in finance, of which 50% moved to finance from other industries. It was ranked the 2nd globally for the MBA graduates’ career progress and salary increase. Over 89% of the graduates agree that the MBA programs offered by the school helped them attain their goals.
In January 2016, Renmin Business School entered for the first time the FT Global MBA Ranking and was placed the 43rd. In January 2018, it moved up to 39. As a new entrant, it gained the 26th place globally in the FT Top MBAs for Finance Ranking 2018. These achievements are testament to the program’s huge progress in recent years. In alignment with the school’s mission, vision and values, the program will continue to seek innovations and enhance international collaboration to offer the students high quality services and excellent career opportunities.
RMBS made the Top-50 list of MBA,
EMBA and EE programs——The Financial Times
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