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4th July, 2022

Bayes rated 3rd in the UK for alumni career progression in Financial Times MSc in Finance Ranking 2022

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The Bayes Business School (formerly Cass) MSc in Finance programme has jumped three places to 22nd in the world, according to the Financial Times Masters in Finance Ranking 2022.

The annual pre-experience ranking, which compares postgraduate finance programmes from global business schools, also sees Bayes climb four position into 18th across Europe and consolidate respective positions of 5th in the UK and 3rd in London.

Among the highest performing metrics were alumni career progress, which has been ranked as the 3rd best in the UK, and overall graduate satisfaction which is named 9th best in the world.

The strongest indicators for Bayes’ alumni progression this year were average alumni salary levels, career progress and student diversity – with greater female and international representation across the programme.

Professor André Spicer, Dean of Bayes Business School, said:

“This is a very pleasing result and a glowing endorsement of the postgraduate experience here at Bayes on the world stage. 

“Our success in terms of alumni progression underlines the value of our MSc in Finance for recruiters, while student satisfaction ratings are testament to the unique opportunities and support our students receive.”

Dr Simone Krummaker, Associate Dean for MSc Programmes at Bayes, said:

“This positive ranking demonstrates the expert faculty and teaching on offer at Bayes, as well as the opportunities postgraduate students have to take learning beyond the classroom. 

“Elective modules encourage students to tailor the course towards their own career preferences, allowing them to pursue areas and industries of particular interest through projects and high-profile guest speaker visits.

“The School’s position in the heart of London’s financial district also provides unrivalled access to the business world, as well as on-the-doorstep networking opportunities with the world’s largest employers – many of whom are seeking key skills and experience that the Bayes MSc in Finance provides.”

Original article by Hamish Armstrong (Senior Communications Officer)


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