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The FT’s ranking specialists delve into data from the 2023 European Business Schools Ranking to compare the continent’s institutions with global rivals on salaries after a Masters in Management (MiM), MBA or Executive MBA (EMBA) programme, as well as alumni seniority and carbon targets.

*Scored 0-100, based on the seniority of the graduate and the size of their employer, three years after completing the degree. A CEO or president of a company with more than 50,000 employees will have the highest score.

Average alumni salaries by year of ranking, three years after completing a Masters in Management (MiM), MBA or Executive MBA (EMBA), compared with the average for the rest of the world. Adjusted for inflation.

Average alumni salary increases by ranking year, three years after completing a programme. For the first time, European EMBA alumni saw a bigger rise.

The average minimum time it takes alumni of a country’s business schools to repay the cost of fees, other costs and salary loss for MiM and MBA graduates.

Cumulative percentage of schools committed to achieving net zero in their operations by specified dates. More than half in Europe plan to do so by 2030 and three-quarters by 2035.

The percentage of graduates who rated teaching of various subjects 10 out of 10, across Masters in Management, MBA and EMBA.

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