LONDON, Sept. 29, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- According to the Masters in Management Ranking 2017 released by the UK-based Financial Times on September 11, Tongji SEM ranked 36th worldwide, climbing 14 places since 2016. Only two Chinese programmes were present in the ranking.
In this year's FT ranking, Tongji SEM's Master in Management programme ranked 2nd in terms of value for money and 5th for career progress.
Over the past four years, Tongji SEM's ranking in the FT Masters in Management Ranking rose from 65 in 2014 to 52 in 2015, 50 in 2016 and 36 in 2017. The school demonstrates what an institution of higher learning in the Greater China region can deliver with its consistent ranking among the top 50 for the last two years. An ancient Chinese aphorism says that success belongs to those who persevere. The good performance in the global ranking reflects Tongji SEM's relentless pursuit of excellence when it comes to developing managers with an international vision while demonstrates the school's overall strength in talent development and discipline building as well as its growing international influence.
The Financial Times ranking of business schools worldwide is one of the most authoritative with its strict rules for participation, stringent selection criteria as well as objective and independent data sources.