Master programme MSc Finance from the University of Lancaster became the 30th in the world, rising by 10 positions in the ranking of the Financial Times.
The program also scored a decent 86% at "goal completions". This indicator reflects how graduates could achieve the goals that they set for admission to the master's degree.
Program Manager Grzegorz Polina said:
"This result reflects the ongoing commitment of the University to provide a decent standard of education for students of master's programs in Finance. It also confirms the demand for our graduates on the international labour market".
Master MSc Finance is not the only program School of management, University of Lancaster (LUMS), being among the best in the world by the Financial Times.
Program Lancaster MBA was on the 4th place in the UK and 35th in the world rankings of MBA programs "2016 Top Global Full-time MBA Programmes," the newspaper Financial Times. In addition, for the second consecutive year this program was named the best in the world in the sphere of corporate strategies.
Master's degree the MSc Management has become the 12th in the United Kingdom and 11th in the world among the annual programs according to the rating of the Financial Times "Masters in Management 2015".