We are delighted to announce that the Business School has been ranked 65th in the latest Financial Times European Business School Rankings 2021.
The rankings this year have seen the Business School climbing from 88th in last year’s rankings, marking the School’s commitment to its education and enhancing its offering for students. The table for this year is made up of 95 institutions. Within the MBA 2021 European Rankings, the School placed 29th, 11 places up from last year’s position.
This latest achievement comes as a series of successes in international rankings for the School after it placed highly in the Times Higher Education World University Rankings by Subject, indicating the School’s dedication to improvement and quality retention.
Professor Catherine Cassell, Dean of the Business School, comments, “It’s particularly rewarding to see our commitment and dedication to improvement result in our progression in a series of important rankings. Our ongoing investment in our education framework is clearly recognised, and we look forward to continuing this hard work in the coming year.”
For 2021, the ranking is based on the combined performance across an institution’s MBA, Executive MBA, and Masters in Management (MiM), taking into account quality and breadth of programmes.
See the full rankings on the FT website.