The Financial Times Global Ranking, which evaluates the 65 best finance master's degrees around the world, gives Católica Lisbon School of Business & Economics master's degree the 16th best position in the world, the best result ever and a rise of 5 positions when compared to the 2023 ranking. 

This ranking includes all graduates of CATÓLICA-LISBON's Master's in Finance, who increase their starting salary by 98% in their first three years, a remarkable achievement that places CATÓLICA-LISBON in 4th place in the world for the salary progression of its graduates. 

CATÓLICA-LISBON's Master's in Finance offers a gateway to an excellent international career, being the 4th best school in the world for International Master's Experience.

According to Filipe Santos, Dean of CATÓLICA-LISBON, “it is an honor to have our Master's in Finance consistently rise in the Financial Times Global Ranking, rising 5 ranks and now being the 16th best Master's in the world. The job market recognizes the value and excellent preparation of our graduates, who are quickly promoted and valued, doubling their starting salary in three years. In this criteria we have even reached the TOP 4 in the world. We are also 4th in the world for the international experience of the master’s degree. I congratulate all our Finance students and graduates, and our team led so well by Prof. José Faias. We will continue our mission of welcoming the best students from Portugal and across Europe to provide them with a truly international career in Finance, with a solid analytical background and strong knowledge of the financial sector, enabling them to have a positive impact on companies and society."

This Financial Times Global Ranking ranks the 65 best Master’s in Finance around the world, among hundreds of programs on five continents, with 3 Portuguese Schools in the Top 30 in the world, which is remarkable and places Portugal in the top 3 in the world for training in Finance.