Business Cool places TBS Education 7th in terms of MIM graduate satisfaction
published on 28.09.23
If we recently learned about the excellent new position of the Master in Management in the 37th place of the Financial Times ranking worldwide, now Business Cool publishes a ranking that places the same program in the 7th place regarding satisfaction of the school’s graduates with their diplomas.
Master in Management: Criteria that influence graduates’ satisfaction ratings
The rating that graduates give to the Grande École program they have attended is highly subjective. Alumni base their rating on their own student experience, community life, international experience, course content, exchange opportunities abroad, the presence of campuses around the world, and so on.
In addition to these criteria, other factors will influence the grade, such as career services, but also the support of the administrative teams who accompany students. Another important criterion is campus location.
Student and alumni satisfaction is very important for business schools, not only because the student experience is an important criterion when choosing a business school but also because it helps to build alumni loyalty. By providing students with an unforgettable experience, a business school ensures that its alumni remain involved in its development and speak positively about the school to their families and children.
Finally, graduate satisfaction is also measured ex-post. Some graduates may increase their satisfaction if they have had a successful career, found work easily, or perceived the quality of the training once they have joined a company.
Financial Times ranking master in management
To compile the ranking, Business Cool has used data from the FT’s list of the best Masters in Management. To provide the most reliable ranking possible, the British media relies on two sources of data: the schools themselves (42%) and a questionnaire sent to business school graduates of the class of 2020 (58%).
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