This is the ninth version of the FT Worldwide Masters in Finance rankings, which record both pre-practical experience programmes and post-practical experience degrees.
The FT defines pre-practical experience programmes as those people aimed at students with very little or no qualified practical experience, even though post-practical experience programmes call for contributors to have worked in finance. Most entire-time programmes are aimed at pre-practical experience students.
Masters in money engineering degrees are not integrated in these rankings as they are likely to location bigger emphasis on quantitative competencies.
Programmes will have to satisfy stringent conditions to be eligible. They will have to be entire-time, cohort-based and have a minimum of thirty graduates every yr. At last, the faculties will have to be accredited by both AACSB or Equis.
A total of 83 faculties took portion in the 2020 version of these rankings, seventy nine in the pre-practical experience rating and five