Birmingham Business School's MBA Achieves #7 world ranking by CEO Magazine MBA Rankings 2015

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Birmingham Business School is delighted to announce that our MBA has achieved an enviable #7 ranking position within CEO Magazine’s MBA Rankings 2015 and a placement of #3 within their European Business School Rankings section.

CEO Magazine’s new annual MBA rankings have been compiled based upon key performance indicators considered to be of interest and value to potential students. Therefore, international diversity, class sizes, student work experience, faculty-to-student ratios, and faculty qualifications – both academic and professional – have been given considerable weight. With competition between business schools continuing to increase, it is important for business schools to understand what students really want. Schools ranked highly by CEO Magazine have been successful in achieving this goal.

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About Birmingham Business School at the University of Birmingham
Birmingham Business School’s world-class research and teaching provides the insights, ambitions and skills to shape better, simpler and more sustainable business strategies. Birmingham Business School puts business in context and people at the heart of business.

Press Contacts
For further information, please contact Stuart Gillespie, University of Birmingham Press Office, at s.gillespie@bham.ac.uk or on (0121) 414 9041.

Ranking Criteria
The three main factors that contribute to rankings : the student survey is based on surveys of MBA graduates with 24,500 total responses (weighted at 35%), the corporate recruiters survey rank is based on surveys of 5,800 human resource directors (weighted at 45%), and the school’s experience  survey, a combination of surveys of school’s students, faculty and overall employment results that combined contribute an additional 20 percent.  All scores are out of 200.