The Financial Times Global Ranking, which evaluates the best finance masters around the world, gives Católica Lisbon School of Business & Economics master's degree the 17th best position in the world, representing an increase of six places.

This ranking covers all graduates of the Master in Finance at CATÓLICA-LISBON, 95% of whom have employment up to three months after the end of the programme, with a starting salary that has increased by 73% in the first three years, a remarkable achievement that places CATÓLICA- LISBON in the top 4 worldwide.

The Master’s in Finance at CATÓLICA-LISBON serves as a gateway to an excellent career at an international level, being the 8th best school in the world in the career progression of its graduates. CATÓLICA-LISBON is still the School with the best classification in terms of internationalization, with 38% of international professors carrying out excellent research, and 76% of the students of this master's are also international.

According to Filipe Santos, Dean of CATÓLICA-LISBON, “it is an honour to have our Master in Finance among the 17 best in the world and to be in the top 4 worldwide in salary progression of our graduates and in the top 8 in the world in career progression. It is also remarkable our rise in the rankings, reaching the top of quality worldwide in just 4 years. We will continue our mission of welcoming the best students from Portugal and all over Europe to provide them with a truly international career in Finance, with a solid analytical and ethical training, and with a positive impact on society”.

This Financial Times Global Ranking ranks the top 55 Master’s in Finance from around the world, from hundreds of Programs on five continents.