Financial Times ranks Smith Master of International Business #1 in North America

Posted on September 28, 2020

Kingston, Ont. – The Financial Times released its FT 2020 Masters in Management ranking today, with Smith School of Business ranking first in North America and in the top 60 overall. 

The Smith Master of International Business (MIB) placed 59th out of 90 ranked programs from across the globe, including a top 15 ranking for international mobility.

“This ranking confirms what we already knew – that Smith’s MIB is a world-class program,” said Elspeth Murray, Associate Dean of MBA and Masters Programs at Smith School of Business, Queen’s University. “We provide students with an incomparable, immersive global experience that sets them apart in their career search.”

The FT Masters in Management ranking is based on a wide range of criteria, including program design, value for money, student career progress, diversity of both students and faculty, and international experience and reach. 

“Our suite of Master of Management programs is designed to prepare graduates for a professional career in a specific functional area of business management through a balance of quality business education from leading faculty, extensive practical training, and strong personal skills development.”

View the full FT 2020 Masters in Management ranking here.