The Leeds University Business School Full-time MBA is among the world’s top 100 programmes, according to the Financial Times Global MBA Ranking 2016.
International Business at Leeds University Business School has been rated number one in the world according to the 2016 Global MBA rankings’ Top Ten by Subject. This confirms the School’s status as one of the world’s leading business schools.
The FT rankings published today are compiled using data collected from schools across the globe, and a survey of alumni who completed full-time MBAs in 2012. Participating alumni were surveyed on a variety of criteria, including the quality of their student experience, career progression and increase in salary. Leeds University Business School alumni saw an average salary increase of 79% from before completing their MBA to now. The Leeds Full-time MBA programme represents an excellent investment, underlined by its league table position of 17th globally for value for money.
Dr James Roberts, Programme Director for the Full-time MBA commented, “I am delighted to see Leeds placed among the global elite for our MBA programme. The results reflect our commitment to supporting our students, and the quality of resources we have put in place to ensure they achieve their career goals.”Dean of the Business School, Professor Peter Moizer added, “To appear in this prestigious league table is testament to the outstanding efforts of my colleagues, and the drive and ambition of our MBA alumni.”
The Global MBA league table which places the Leeds MBA top 15 in the UK, is the latest in accolade in a long line of successes. In 2015, the School achieved ‘triple accreditation’ from AACSB, AMBA and EQUIS, placing Leeds in the top 1% of business schools globally. In June 2015 the MSc Accounting and Finance programme was ranked the number one such programme in the world for the second year running, in the Financial Times Masters in Finance Pre-Experience ranking. The School’s Executive MBA programme was placed 7th in the UK and 48th in the world by the The Economist in May 2015. And in September 2015, International Business at Leeds University Business School was rated number one in the UK and third in the world according to the Financial Times’ 2015 Masters in Management Rankings’ Top Ten by Subject.
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