Lancaster University: FT rankings – MSc Finance retains spot in world’s top 50

Lancaster University Management School’s (LUMS) MSc Finance has retained its place amongst the best in the world in the Financial Times (FT) rankings, released today.

Lancaster’s MSc Finance is ranked 46th globally and within the UK’s top ten in the FT’s Masters in Finance Pre-experience 2022 global ranking.

Today’s results reveal LUMS’ most recent MSc Finance students experienced a 46% pay increase, on average, on completion of the programme. International students also made up 88 per cent of the most recent cohort, and 44 per cent of students were female.

Head of Department for Accounting and Finance, Dr Sandra Nolte, said: “It is wonderful to see Lancaster’s MSc Finance retain its position within the world’s top 50.

“The quality of our curriculum and teaching is testament to the dedication of our academic staff and the hard work of our fantastic students and alumni who go on to achieve great things in their careers.

“We pride ourselves on the strength and warmth of our international community, so it’s particularly pleasing to see the rankings reflect the diverse cohorts we attract here at Lancaster. Our programme continues to appeal to a high calibre of students from across the world, who are a pleasure to teach.”