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10 Best Masters In Management In Europe 2022 ?

The birthplace of the Master in Management, Europe is home to some of the world’s best MiMs. Here are the 10 best Masters in Management in Europe in 2022

Tue Dec 14 2021


While its big brother, the MBA, began in the US; the Master in Management originated in Europe. Since its inception, European business schools have dominated Master in Management rankings. 

If you’re considering applying for a top MiM program in 2022, it’s the same story. 

The most recent Financial Times ranking of the top 100 MiM programs worldwide included just two US business schools. While 12 schools in Asia featured, the vast majority of top-ranked programs were in Europe. 

Here are the 10 best Masters in Management in Europe in 2022, according to the FT ranking. 

9. Imperial College Business School 

Oddly, this list of the top 10 Masters in Management in Europe begins in ninth place, where two schools are tied. 

The UK’s prestigious Imperial College Business School is one of those schools. Its MSc in International Management is an impressively diverse program, with a cohort comprising more international students than any other school in this list. 

Imperial students earn impressive salaries of around $84,000 within three years of graduation. Their jump in salaries between enrolling and graduating from the program averages at just under 60%. 

The intensive one-year program sees almost all students secure jobs within three months of graduation. As many as 85% of students report that the program helped them achieve their career goals. 

9. EDHEC Business School

One of France’s prestigious Grande Ecoles, EDHEC Business School offers a two-year Master in Management with impressive industry connections that see its career service ranked as one of the best in the world. 

As many as 87% of EDHEC MiM graduates say the program helped achieve their aims as 96% secure jobs within three months of graduation. The program is particularly attractive to female students, who made up 48% of the cohort in 2021. Three years after graduating, EDHEC students can expect their salaries to rise by around 60%. 

8. Stockholm School of Economics

The MiM at Stockholm School of Economics is Sweden’s top Master in Management degree. 

It has a proven record for helping students earn impressive salaries after graduation. Three years after leaving the course, the class of 2018 currently earn average salaries of around $92,500. 

The two-year program attracts students from around the world, with the class of 2021 including representatives from Vietnam, Uruguay, Romania, and Morrocco. Come the end of the program, 87% of the cohort secure roles within three months of graduating.