The International Master in Management of Católica Lisbon School of Business & Economics remains well positioned in the Financial Times 2019 Ranking, ranking in the 37th position, thus being among the Top 40 best Masters in Management in the world. These results make us proud as we see international recruiters recognizing the talent and professionalism of our Masters in Management graduates.
Among the various criteria contributing to these results, such as the 96% employability rate in the 3 months after completing the master's degree or the 66% salary increase in the following 3 years, our Masters in Management stands out as the TOP 10 worldwide in Career Progress. This indicator measures the evolution of the students' professional career since the conclusion of the Master's Degree, being measured by the degree of seniority and the size of the company where the graduates develop their professional activity. The fact that the Financial Times considers CATÓLICA-LISBON's Master In Management the 10th best in the world in career progression clearly reflects the success of this program as launchpad for the international careers of our graduates. Since 2018 that more than 50% of CATÓLICA-LISBON Masters in Management students are international, coming from over 35 different countries.
Filipe Santos, Dean of CATÓLICA-LISBON School of Business & Economics, says: “Being in the TOP 40 worldwide of the Financial Times ranking for Masters in Management makes us very proud. In particular, we are one of the top 10 schools in the world to provide students with an effective advancement in their international career, which is a recognition from companies of the quality and high potential of CATÓLICA-LISBON students, as well as the quality of our Faculty and our excellent learning environment. This result inspires us to do more and better to educate a new generation of business leaders who can be agents of transformation and innovation in companies and society. ”