Posted on Sunday 24th July 2011
We are delighted to announce that the 2011 Global Financial Times MBA rankings has positioned Birmingham Business School’s MBA at 68th in the world, 20th in Europe and 11th in the UK. This places Birmingham Business School in the enviable position of being one of just fifteen UK Business Schools included in this years Global FT MBA Rankings and illustrates Birmingham’s continued commitment to provide international management expertise across a range of business disciplines.
MBA Director, Professor Steve Kempster
"The success in the 2011 Global FT MBA Rankings is in part the quality of teaching and career development - which is reflected in the outstanding score for value for money - and in large part the talent of our MBA graduates – reflected in the very high score for career progression. We are delighted with the continuing progress in developing the Birmingham MBA and this provides momentum to the planned programme investment.."
We are pleased to report that we have improved across a number of categories as well as climbing up the rankings by 7 places. This positions us amongst an elite group of world class Business Schools.
Head of School Professor David Dickinson
“The School is delighted with our improved ranking position. We are committed to build on the quality of our MBA year on year and for it to remain a leading global MBA programme”.
FT 2011 Ranking Highlights for Birmingham Business School
Ranked 39 for Career Progression
Ranked 13 for Value for Money
The full 2011 Financial Times Rankings table