• The IQS Master in Global Entrepreneurial Management (MGEM) appears once again in the prestigious Financial Times Management ranking
Tuesday, 14 September, 2021
IQS School of Management

The IQS Master in Global Entrepreneurial Management (MGEM) has been recognized yet another year by the prestigious Financial Times Masters in Management (MiM) ranking. The master's degree has held on to its high status, maintaining first place in the indicator referring to the best in international course experience, with 100% of its students participating in in-company internships. For the third consecutive year, the Financial Times has highlighted the IQS master's degree as the best in the world in the “International Course Experience” category. This outstanding recognition underscores the international vision at IQS.

The Financial Times Masters in Management Ranking, which annually assesses master's programmes that have had at least four completed graduating classes, analyses more than 20 indicators such as career progress, international mobility, faculty qualifications, and the number of international students and professors in the programme, among others. The ranking is the result of a survey of universities and master's degree in management graduates from around the world who completed their studies three years ago.

One degree, three continent

The MGEM offers its students an immersive international experience through a global curriculum that gives its students the opportunity to study on three different continents for one year each: Europe (IQS, Barcelona, Spain), North America (Loyola Marymount University, Los Angeles, USA), and Asia (Fu Jen University, Taipei, Taiwan). The master's degree offers a comprehensive vision of global business and enables students to learn about and understand the business ecosystems in each host country.

The programme entails comprehensive education in negotiation and communication skills in global contexts in order to prepare future graduates to take on management and leadership positions within companies and organizations in international markets. Throughout the programme, students carry out management consulting projects for well-known companies that do business in global markets.
The programme's ranking in the Financial Times Masters in Management ranking comes on top of its third consecutive recognition by the QS Business Masters Rankings 2022, another one of the world's most prestigious rankings for master's degrees.