Leeds MSc International Business included in new QS International Trade Rankings

Leeds' MSc in International Business has been ranked 31st globally according to the latest QS International Trade Rankings.

Alongside this global ranking, the MSc International Business programme also scored above the global average on four of the six parameters that QS measure: graduate outcomes, reputation, industry engagement and research.

Director of the MSc International Business Programme, Dr Andreas Georgiadis, commented: “I am delighted that our MSc International Business is included in the top programmes in International Trade in the world this year. This confirms the high quality and versatility of our programme that provides world leading education in International Trade and related areas due to the high calibre of our staff and students, our excellent teaching, and impactful research.”

Head of the International Business Department at the Business School, Professor Mohammad Faisal Ahammad commented: “This is exciting news for the IB Department, and I thank our hard-working colleagues for their effort in continuing to produce high quality, research-informed teaching that inspires students to work in international trade environments. We have not only stayed in the world top 40 but moved up and I have every hope that this trend will continue.”

The new International Trade Rankings from QS were created to help students identify programs that will secure employment and accelerate their trade careers. The rankings feature 200 master’s programs worldwide and were created in partnership with the Hinrich Foundation.

We are a leading international business school, recognised globally for our excellence in teaching and impactful research. Find out more about our international rankings.