New FT MiM ranking shows low employment at Nyenrode, Cranfield, UBC & SMU


Duncan

One of the most interesting thing about the FT rankings are the notes under the rankings about the groupings of schools. Often there can be well-defined clusters. The new MiM ranking contains 90 firms, and the FT notes: "Group one includes 13 schools from St Gallen to Cems Global Alliance. The second group includes schools from Esade Business School, ranked 14, to City, University of London, The Business School in 43th position. The third group, headed by Católica Lisbon School of Business and Economics, spans schools ranked 44 to 75. The fourth group includes schools from Singapore Management University: Lee Kong Chian at 76 to Corvinus University of Budapest at 90."

In this fourth group, I was surprised to see that at four schools, fewer than 70% of the graduates were in employment after three months: Nyenrode, Cranfield, UBC & SMU.

The new ranking is at http://rankings.ft.com/businessschoolrankings/masters-in-management-2020

One of the most interesting thing about the FT rankings are the notes under the rankings about the groupings of schools. Often there can be well-defined clusters. The new MiM ranking contains 90 firms, and the FT notes: "Group one includes 13 schools from St Gallen to Cems Global Alliance. The second group includes schools from Esade Business School, ranked 14, to City, University of London, The Business School in 43th position. The third group, headed by Católica Lisbon School of Business and Economics, spans schools ranked 44 to 75. The fourth group includes schools from Singapore Management University: Lee Kong Chian at 76 to Corvinus University of Budapest at 90."

In this fourth group, I was surprised to see that at four schools, fewer than 70% of the graduates were in employment after three months: Nyenrode, Cranfield, UBC & SMU.

The new ranking is at http://rankings.ft.com/businessschoolrankings/masters-in-management-2020
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aslamo

It seems the methodology weights salary (20%) and salary increase (10%) much more heavily than employment after 3 months (only 5%.) Cranfield wasn't even ranked in 2019 and only 55th in 2018. Bit surprising to see it ranked so low.

It seems the methodology weights salary (20%) and salary increase (10%) much more heavily than employment after 3 months (only 5%.) Cranfield wasn't even ranked in 2019 and only 55th in 2018. Bit surprising to see it ranked so low.
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laurie

At 41%, Nyenrode is exceptionally low. Do you think that this has something to do with the pandemic? In the last ranking its employment rate was 89%. 

At 41%, Nyenrode is exceptionally low. Do you think that this has something to do with the pandemic? In the last ranking its employment rate was 89%. 
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Duncan

No I think this will be data from the previous year. 

No I think this will be data from the previous year. 
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