International Business School program ranked best in US by Financial Times

For the second year in a row, the Lemberg Master of Arts in International Economics and Finance (MAief) has been ranked number one in the U.S. and 17th worldwide by the Financial Times. The genre is for the top 35 Global Masters in Finance Programs that do not require students to have previous work experience.

"The Financial Times ranking reflects the talent of our students and the commitment of our faculty and staff," said Carol Osler, director of the MAief program. “We offer a rigorous, demanding curriculum that our students appreciate because it incorporates a real-world emphasis on every subject.”

The Financial Times evaluated criteria such as alumni career progress, school diversity and international experience to determine its ranking. The school’s Lemberg MAief degree provides students with expertise suited for careers in financial services and economic policy.  Both the school and its programs are consistently rated among the best in the world by such organizations as The Princeton Review, The Economist and TopMBA.

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