FT MiM rankings: Tsinghua SEM ranks first in Asia

By Zhang Rui
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The Masters in Management (MiM) program in the School of Economics and Management, Tsinghua University (Tsinghua SEM), ranked No. 11 in the world and No.1 in Asia, according to a newly released 2022 MiM rankings compiled by the Financial Times (FT) on Sept. 12.

It was the 18th edition of the FT ranking of the top 100 MiM programs. A record 135 programs took part in the ranking this year, up from 124 in 2021. Schools must meet strict criteria to be eligible. For example, their programs must be full-time, cohort-based and accredited by the AACSB (The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business) or Equis (European Quality Improvement System) bodies. Furthermore, courses must be directed at students with little or no work experience.

In this year's ranking, Tsinghua SEM's MiM program maintained a leading edge in various indicators, and its "overall satisfaction" indicator ranked No.1 globally. In the "weighted salary" indicator, which looks at the average graduate salary three years after completion, Tsinghua steadily improved, ranking No. 8 globally and No.1 in Asia, together with the "aims achieved" indicator. Its "value for money rank" indicator ranked No.4 in the world and No.1 in Asia. Moreover, its "career progress rank" indicator ranked No.10 globally and No.1 in Asia.

Associate Dean Xu Xin of Tsinghua SEM said they would continue strengthening their MiM program's international development. They will adhere to the principles of diversity and inclusiveness and form a diverse mix of discipline backgrounds in management, economics, science and engineering, and a diverse pool of Chinese and international students. They will enable students to develop and improve communication skills by integrating themselves into society and different cultural groups. They will also help students better learn courses and enhance global competence in communication and exchanges.

The FT MiM program ranking is one of the most authoritative and recognized rankings in the field of MiM globally and has become an essential basis for global applicants to choose business schools. This year, the University of St. Gallen in Switzerland ranked first globally.  

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