Trinity Business School still Ireland’s best provider of the MSc in Finance, according to FT Rankings
23rd June, 2021
Trinity Business School has retained its place as Ireland’s best provider of a Master’s in Finance, as the Financial Times’ 2021 pre-experience MSc Finance Rankings, published on Monday 21st June, places Trinity among the top 30 schools worldwide.
The business school’s MSc in Finance, overseen by Dr Samuel Vigne, ranked 27th globally.
The Financial Times’ 2021 pre-experience MSc Finance Rankings compiled the top 55 programmes worldwide, ranking the courses across a number of categories.
The MSc in Finance is regarded as being among the best postgraduate, pre-experience finance programmes available in the UK & Ireland, ranking the 6th in the region, as well as placing 19th among all programmes provided within the European Union.
The programme was ranked among the top 30 for its value for money, and ranked 30th for career progress.
Broadly, the MSc in Finance also performed well in a number of other areas, such as salary percentage increase, female faculty, female students, international faculty, international students, and faculty with doctorates.
Trinity Business School’s performance in the Financial Times’ 2021 pre-experience MSc in Finance Ranking comes as a yet another success for the business school, which has been on a near-vertical trajectory in recent years, seeing the school secure Triple Accreditation, unveil a new, state-of-the-art multimedia room, and launch Ireland’s first distance-learning Flexible Executive MBA.