MiF is better than MBA for international mobility


Duncan
Because language barriers are less significant for English-speaking students in the finance sector, Masters in Finance (MiF) degrees typically are better for international mobility than MBAs.

In the list below, I show those schools in the top 20 for international mobility that also have 95% or better employment for their students. They are ranked according to their three-year average placement in the pre-experience FT ranking. http://rankings.ft.com/businessschoolrankings/masters-in-finance-pre-experience-2017

Interestingly, while maybe of the best MBAs for international mobility are in the UK, none of the top MiF options are. Partly that is because London and Cambridhe has post-experience degrees.

1 HEC Paris
3 ESCP Europe
4 Edhec Business School
5 IE Business School
5 Essec Business School
7 Skema Business School
8 Università Bocconi
9 University of St Gallen
15 Grenoble Ecole de Management
22 Eada Business School Barcelona
35 University College Dublin: Smurfit

[Edited by Duncan on Feb 27, 2018]

Because language barriers are less significant for English-speaking students in the finance sector, Masters in Finance (MiF) degrees typically are better for international mobility than MBAs.

In the list below, I show those schools in the top 20 for international mobility that also have 95% or better employment for their students. They are ranked according to their three-year average placement in the pre-experience FT ranking. http://rankings.ft.com/businessschoolrankings/masters-in-finance-pre-experience-2017

Interestingly, while maybe of the best MBAs for international mobility are in the UK, none of the top MiF options are. Partly that is because London and Cambridhe has post-experience degrees.

1 HEC Paris
3 ESCP Europe
4 Edhec Business School
5 IE Business School
5 Essec Business School
7 Skema Business School
8 Università Bocconi
9 University of St Gallen
15 Grenoble Ecole de Management
22 Eada Business School Barcelona
35 University College Dublin: Smurfit
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Any thoughts about why the employment rates are lower for the US schools? International mobility is high for MIT but 77% employment rate is rather low.

Also: any concerns that Bocconi's employment rate is based on only 39% reporting?
Any thoughts about why the employment rates are lower for the US schools? International mobility is high for MIT but 77% employment rate is rather low.

Also: any concerns that Bocconi's employment rate is based on only 39% reporting?
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