Four masters programmes at DCU’s business school have been ranked in the top 30 globally by the latest Eduniversal Best Masters rankings.
The programmes were rated on their reputation, student satisfaction, and employment opportunities. The rankings saw the MSc in E-Commerce place in 18th position, the MSc in Emergency Management in 24th, MSc in Human Resource Management in 26th, and the MSc in Accounting in 28th position in their respective subject categories.
“The latest rankings show that we are not only ranked among the top global universities but leaders in specialist areas like e-commerce and emergency management. This ensures DCU business school students are graduating with the most up-to-date knowledge and skills ready for the global marketplace”, Dr. Anne Sinnott, Executive Dean of DCU Business School said.
The DCU Business School is home to the Irish Centre of Cloud Computing and the Leadership & Talent Institute. It is steadily gaining international recognition such as these rankings.
“These rankings are a very welcome endorsement, by employers and graduates, of both the academic excellence of the Business School’s postgraduate programmes and the quality of student experience delivered,” said Dr. Sinnott.
Other DCU programmes such as the Executive MBA and MSc in Finance were also ranked within the top 100 globally in their categories. Eduniversal rates the academic excellence and quality of 4,000 programmes in 30 fields of study. It is set across 1,000 academic institutions in 154 countries, with final rankings then determined through a survey of 5,000 international recruiters and 800,000 students.