Global Master in Management (MIM) Study

Published: 30 September 2014 | by Thomas Graf

Did you know that 87 percent of the Master in Management graduates find a job within 3 months of graduating? That only 17 percent of the programs are restricted to graduates from business disciplines? That only few schools require the GMAT without allowing for alternative tests?

These are some results of the new Global Master in Management Survey, conducted among 55 programs from 29 countries. What are Masters in Management (MIM)? Who is the typical MIM student? And what impact do they have on careers?

The Global Master in Management (MIM) Survey 2014 answers these questions. Unlike rankings, it aggregates data and provides an overview of an emerging field of management education.