Charting European business school graduates’ progress

The FT’s rating group delved into the 2020 data on subjects ranging from vocation development,

The FT’s rating group delved into the 2020 data on subjects ranging from vocation development, alumni seniority and sectors of work to gender stability, value for funds and graduates’ views on what company universities do properly ­— and a lot less properly. We compare the figures for alumni from MBA, govt MBA (EMBA) and Masters in Management (MiM) programmes

Development concerning graduation and 3 decades later. Most Masters in Management (MiM) students have not worked beforehand.

Chart showing seniority, by masters degree

Govt MBA (EMBA) alumni are likely to be a lot more senior just before their masters and are in a lot more state-of-the-art positions 3 decades just after completing it.

Chart showing the most popular sectors for Europe’s masters graduates

MBA programme alumni are a lot more probable to do the job in up-and-coming sectors this sort of as ecommerce than their MiM and EMBA counterparts.

Charts showing the subject areas in which alumni said their global and European schools performed strongly

European college alumni report that MBAs are very good for entrepreneurship and international company, when the EMBA is more powerful for company technique and finance. MiMs score hugely for normal administration, international company and finance.

Chart showing that the proportion of female students is rising

Masters in Management programmes at European company universities are likely to have a lot more gender-balanced cohorts. The amount of female students learning for an MBA, govt MBA or MiM has improved in modern decades.

Chart showing how long would it take alumni to repay MBA programme fees if they used their total current salary?

The amount of decades it would choose alumni to pay off their expenses if they had been to use all of their wage 3 decades just after graduation. European universities are on normal far better value for funds than the relaxation of the globe, with Belgian alumni in a position to pay quickest.

Graphics by Chris Campbell