The Master in Strategy and International Management (SIM) at the University of St.Gallen has been the top-ranked program of its kind for 10 consecutive years. We spoke to Prof. Dr. Omid Aschari, Managing Director of the St.Gallen SIM, to learn about the secrets of its success.
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Georges German always admired INSEAD, currently ranked the best business school in the world by the Financial Times Rankings 2021, so when the opportunity came to join the school’s Master in Management program, he didn’t hesitate to apply. He told MASTERGRADSCHOOLS about the steep learning curve he experienced in the program and why studying in the COVID-19 era is more important than ever.
A master’s degree, whilst extremely valuable, is not a guarantee for future success nor a boost in salary, and shouldn’t be treated as such. It’s important to conduct your own research before starting a master’s in order to find one that you will enjoy, that you will get the most out of and that opens up plenty of career opportunities when you do graduate. With that in mind, let’s take a look at some of the highest paid master’s degrees in 2020.