The Global Ranking of Financial Times, which assesses the best finances masters all over the world, has assigned the Católica Lisbon School of Business & Economics master the best 23rd best world position, marking a 3 place improve since last year.
This ranking covers the graduates of Master’s in Finance of CATÓLICA-LISBON. 94% of the graduates got a job until three months after finishing the program, with an initial increasing salary of 57% over the first three years. The Católica’s master’s in finance acts as a gateway to an internationally notable career, becoming the 7th best school for career improvement for their graduates. CATÓLICA-LISBON still is the school with higher diversity and internationalization of its teaching staff, with 38% of international teachers who accomplish excellent research. It is also the only Portuguese school to climb up in the Top 50 world ranking.
According to Filipe Santos, CATÓLICA-LISBON’s Dean, “it is an honor to have our Master in Finance among the 23 world’s best masters; and to be one of the 7 best schools of the world that contributed the most for career progression of their Finances’ graduates, with increasing salary of 57% in just three years. We will continue our mission, to greet the best students of all Europe and provide a truthful international career in Finances, with a solid analytic and ethic training, and a positive impact in society.”
This Global Ranking of Financial Times ranks the best 55 Masters in Finance of all world, among hundreds of Programs in the five continents.