Success for MSc Management in 2017 Economist rankings

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The Economist has listed the Business School’s MSc Management programme within the UK top 10 and 36th globally in their inaugural Which MBA? Masters in Management ranking.

Based on the results of student and alumni experiences, we are listed as one of the top schools in the UK:

  • Our facilities and services are ranked 1st in the UK and 13th globally
  • 2nd in the UK for education experience
  • 3rd in the UK for the quality of our faculty
  • 2nd in the UK for alumni effectiveness.

The ranking is compiled using feedback from current MSc Management students and alumni (Class of 2015) as well as information provided by the School. Respondents are invited to share their views of their student experience, the Business School and subsequent career journey.

Professor Peter Moizer, Executive Dean of the Business School said: “These results are excellent news for the Business School. I am very proud that our MSc Management programme has been listed amongst the top global master in management programmes. This is a testament not only to the outstanding educational experience we offer but also to the quality of our staff and students.” 

Nicola Smith, Programme Director for the MSc Management said: “We are delighted to be acknowledged as one of the leading Masters in Management programmes in the inaugural Economist Masters in Management rankings. This ranking, based on the views of our current students and alumni, confirms our belief that we provide a relevant and challenging experience within our globally respected, triple accredited institution.”

These results follow on from other recent rankings successes for the School. Our full time MBA and Executive MBA scored highly in the 2017 CEO Magazine rankings. Our EMBA listed within the top 30 in the inaugural global QS EMBA rankings.

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