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            Masters In Management Salary | What Could You Earn?

            What can you expect from a Master's in Management salary in 2021? Find out what your salary prospects are after graduating from these top programs

            Master's in Management (MiM) degrees are increasingly popular, but they come at a cost. MiM courses at top-ranked schools tend to cost between $35,000 and $50,000, around the same as a one-year MBA at some business schools.

            An MiM is a significant investment, but the good news is that you can earn your money back, and then some, after graduation!

            Read on to find out what your Master’s in Management salary could be.

            The highest Master's in Management salaries

            According to the latest Financial Times rankings, the average ‘weighted salary’ (average salaries three years after graduation) for graduates for the top 20 MiM programs, is $93,529.

            The school with the highest salary is the Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad at $132,446 This is an average salary increase of 36% for students, compared to what they earned before the MiM. 

            Across the board, MiM graduates see between a 21% and massive 109% increase in their earnings. As of 2021, the highest-earning MiM alumni from a European school are graduates from the University of St Gallen, whose average weighted salary sits at $123,999.

            At Germany's WHU Otto Beisheim School Of Management, graduates earn on average $116,100. At HEC Paris, graduates earn an average salary of $114,357 after three years.

            Elsewhere, graduates from ESSEC, Esade, and London Business Schools earn average salaries of $99,804, $96,122, $100,789.

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