Financial Times Ranking Ranking
Financial Times Rankings – Masters in Management 2023
The Master of Science in Management Engineering at Politecnico di Milano has climbed to 77th place in the Financial Times Rankings of Masters in Management 2023, gaining 7 positions compared to 2022.
The Master of Science in Management Engineering of the School of Industrial and Information Engineering at Politecnico di Milano confirms once again this year its inclusion in the “Masters in Management 2023” Ranking, thus obtaining further recognition from the Financial Times.
Despite the entry of 21 new schools, the Programme has gained 7 positions compared to 2022 and has thus raised to 70th place, taking Politecnico among the top 9 technical universities.
The criteria that have made this advancement possible include, among others, Weighted Salary, Salary Increase, Value for Money – the quality-price ratio of the Programme – and International Course experience – calculated based on the number of exchanges and internships with one-month minimum duration in locations other than that of the School.
Politecnico’s Laurea Magistrale/Master of Science in Management Engineering has about 900 students admitted each year, of which around 20 per cent are international students.
Teaching is delivered in English and there also numerous opportunities for student international exchanges and mobility: the Erasmus Programme, Double Degree programmes in collaboration with prestigious foreign universities, and special programmes of varying duration from a few days up to one-year exchanges.
Each year more than 350 students decide to try an experience abroad and just as many students are accepted on exchange, making our Campus increasingly international.
The combination of the experiences and skills provided and the constant demand from the world of labour for Management Engineers make this Master of Science one of the best programmes in the field of economic and management education.