On June 15 2020, the Financial Times published a new edition of the Master in Finance ranking, the first one since 2018. In this ranking, Grenoble Ecole de Management (GEM) has made progress in both the salary and career criteria, and maintained its position of 16th in the World, 13th in Europe and 6th in France.
The 2020 edition of the MSc in Finance ranking has shown a positive progression for GEM graduates in the salary criteria, since its first participation in 2012. The average salary has gone up to 86,778 USD, 3 years after graduation, with an increase of 6,150 USD in comparison to the 2018 ranking. In this criterion, the average salary has gone up from 57% in 2018 to 68% in 2020.
The greatest progression for the GEM MSc Finance in this ranking has been in the effectiveness of GEM's Career services. GEM has gained 17 places in this criterion, and is ranked 38th in the world.
This year, the Financial Times has also decided to publish the satisfaction scores for each program. The GEM MSc Finance has obtained a score of 8,87 / 10 from the 2017 Alumni, with a response rate of 46%.