SMU's Lee Kong Chian School of Business rates highly in Financial Times Global Masters ranking

The Singapore Management University (SMU) campus along Victoria Street.
The Singapore Management University (SMU) campus along Victoria Street.PHOTO: SMU

SINGAPORE - The Singapore Management University's Lee Kong Chian School of Business has been ranked third in the world for its Master of Science in Wealth Management programme in the 2015 Financial Times (FT) Global Masters in Finance post-experience ranking.

The university is ranked just after London Business School and University of Cambridge's Judge Business School.

The findings also revealed that SMU's Master of Science in Wealth Management alumni saw a 69 per cent increase in salary after graduation, drawing an average current salary of US$85,899 (S$114,600).

Professor Gerard George, dean of SMU's Lee Kong Chian School of Business, said: "It's wonderful to see our school and programmes recognised as among the best internationally."

"These rankings reaffirm our journey to be the best Asian business school with a global perspective," he said.