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- CATÓLICA-LISBON once again stands out in the Financial Times Global Rankings, rising six positions and reaching the 17th position worldwide in the Ranking of the Best Masters in Finance.
- The Master in Finance at CATÓLICA-LISBON is in the top 4 worldwide in terms of salary progression of its graduates, who have seen their average salary increase by 73% in the first three years, and is in 8th position worldwide in terms of career progression.
The Financial Times Global Ranking, which evaluates the best finance masters around the world, gives the Católica Lisbon School of Business & Economics master’s degree the 17th best position in the world, representing an increase of six places.
This ranking covers all graduates of the Master in Finance at CATÓLICA-LISBON, 95% of whom have employment up to three months after the end of the program, with a starting salary that has increased by 73% in the first three years, a remarkable achievement that places CATÓLICA- LISBON in the top 4 worldwide.
The CATÓLICA-LISBON Master’s in Finance works as a gateway to an excellent career at an international level, being the 8th best school in the world in the career progression of its graduates. CATÓLICA-LISBON is still the School with the best classification in terms of internationalization, with 38% of international professors carrying out excellent research, and 76% of the students of this Master’s are also international.
According to Filipe Santos, Dean of CATÓLICA-LISBON, “it is an honor to have our Master in Finance among the 17 best in the world and to be in the top 4 worldwide in salary progression of our graduates and in the top 8 in the world in career progression. It is also remarkable our rise in the rankings, reaching the top of quality worldwide in just 4 years. We will continue our mission of welcoming the best students from Portugal and all over Europe to provide them with a truly international career in Finance, with a solid analytical and ethical training, and with a positive impact on society”.
This Financial Times Global Ranking ranks the top 55 Masters in Finance from around the world, from hundreds of Programs on five continents.