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Article 17 Jun 2024 Updated 17 Jun 2024

TSM's Master in Finance enters the Financial Times ranking!

The Financial Times, a globally renowned British economic and financial daily newspaper, has published the ranking of the "masters in finance pre-experience" for 2024. This 13th edition evaluates the best programmes in this field, considering criteria such as employability, graduate satisfaction, and diversity among students, faculty, and board members of the institutions.

A Complex Scoring Methodology

The Financial Times uses a rigorous scoring methodology based on two distinct types of surveys: the first surveys business schools accredited by AACSB or EQUIS, while the second surveys graduates who obtained their degree three years ago, in 2021.

In total, 2,294 alumni participated in this survey, representing an overall response rate of 36%.

TSM enters the Financial Times ranking with its Master in Finance!

Thanks to achieving EQUIS accreditation in 2023, TSM became eligible to be listed among the institutions in this prestigious global ranking. As a result, TSM’s Master in Finance is ranked for the first time this year!

This programme stands out as one of the few Master’s in Finance in France entirely taught in English, which is a significant advantage in attracting international students and preparing them for a global career. The master’s programme is also distinguished by the rigour of its curriculum, offering comprehensive and technical training in finance covering a wide range of essential topics such as corporate finance, market finance, and machine learning applications in finance.

The First Public Sector Master in Finance Ranked by the Financial Times: An Accessible Programme

TSM stands out not only internationally by ranking 42nd out of 65 institutions overall, but also nationally as the only French public institution to be included in this ranking in 2024.

The Master in Finance also achieved an excellent performance in the "Value For Money" criterion, ranking 2nd. This criterion values the ratio between the cost of the programme and the salaries of graduates, thus highlighting its attractiveness in terms of return on investment for students.

This is a great source of pride, highlighting TSM’s commitment to academic excellence and its growing influence on the international stage!

TSM would like to express its gratitude to its entire community, its faculty, and its alumni who took the time to participate in the Financial Times survey.

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