Trinity MSc International Management ranked among top 30 worldwide
Trinity Business School’s MSc in International Management has climbed 10 places in the Financial Times’ 2021 Masters in Management Ranking to secure a position among the top 30 programmes on the planet.
The ranking, published today, saw Trinity jump to 28th globally, up from 38th in the FT’s 2020 ranking.
The MSc in International Management also placed among the top 25 programmes in Europe, coming in at 24th, as well as ranking 5th in the UK & Ireland combined.
The FT’s 2021 Masters in Management Ranking marks another success for Trinity Business School, coming only days after the QS Business Masters Rankings 2022, in which a number of Trinity’s MSc programs ranked highly among the world’s leading business programmes.
A first-time entry in the QS Business Masters Rankings, the school’s MSc Supply Chain Management entered straight in at 6th globally, while Trinity’s MSc Marketing retained a top 20 position, ranking 18th out of 105 programmes.
Trinity Business School’s Masters in Management success also comes only a number of days after the business school was awarded the Athena SWAN Bronze award in recognition of its commitment to improving gender equality and representation among their staff and students.
Commenting on Trinity’s performance in this year’s FT Masters in Management Ranking, Dr Paul Ryan, Director on the MSc in International Management at Trinity Business School, says:
“The continued success of the MSc International Management programme at TBS is testament to the contemporary curriculum, excellent teaching faculty that are research active in international management and strategy and the exceptional global student talent in the class.”
Professor Andrew Burke, Dean of Trinity Business School, also reflected on Trinity’s recent ranking results, as well as the school’s broader success, commenting:
“International business is in our DNA, as Trinity Business School is part of an internationally renowned university which is located at the heart of Dublin city, a European capital city and hub for global business. Our MSc in International management is enriched by this international business community and serves it with stellar graduates. It is great to see this programme being recognised as amongst the top masters programmes in the World which will help to bolster its influence even further.”