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FT business education ranking data specialists drew on survey responses from alumni three years later to see where they went on to work, what they were now paid, differences in outcomes between male and female graduates, what subject areas they thought were most important and how well business schools taught them.

Masters in Management - careers by gender

More male than female MiM graduates work in the top six sectors for alumni apart from media/marketing services

Masters in management - top sectors for alumni

Consultancy and finance/banking are by far the most popular business sectors for MiM alumni three years after graduation

Masters in management - what alumni earn

Average salaries are highest in consultancy and finance/banking, but these have dropped slightly from last year, possibly an early indication of Covid-19’s impact

Masters in management - gender pay gap

There is a marked gender pay gap in all of the top six sectors for MiM alumni. The difference is smallest in consumer products and greatest in consultancy

Masters in management - what matters and what schools do well

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Business schools perform well in several of the subjects deemed most important by masters in management alumni — but there is an exception: IT/computing

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