Rabat Business School, from the International University of Rabat (UIR) joins the top 100 business schools in the world by integrating the Financial Times “Master in Management” 2022 ranking.
The first business school in Africa to be ranked by the FT, Rabat Business School thus becomes the first institution of higher education in Morocco to appear in the top 100 of an international ranking. For the 18th edition of this reference list published by the British business daily, 100 business schools from 28 countries on 5 continents are represented.
The FT ranking takes into account very strict selection and evaluation criteria, in particular: the employability of graduates (questionnaires addressed to Alumni), the academic quality of Master’s programs, as well as the international diversity of the teaching staff and students. The FT Ranking is the most trusted in the world and one of the top three rankings internationally, alongside the rankings of QS World University Rankings and Shanghai Jiao Tong University.
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“This international recognition is part of Rabat Business School’s vision of becoming the world benchmark for business schools in Africa. Our FT ranking testifies to the academic quality of our Master’s programs which allow an excellent level of employability for our graduates” declares Olivier APTEL, Managing Director and Dean of Rabat Business School.