Financial Times European Business School ranking 2018
3 December 2018
European top 40 and UK top 10 for the Business School
As a full-service business school, we aim to empower students and professionals at every stage of their career and our strong positions in the European top 40 and UK top 10 in today’s Financial Times European Business School ranking demonstrate the value of our provisions.
The year-end league table is a composite listing, based on other Financial Times rankings published earlier in the year, including the Executive MBA, Executive Education Open and Custom programmes and Masters in Management rankings, which we participate in.
Individually, our featured programmes also ranked well:
- Overall position: No. 7 in the UK and no.28 in Europe
- Salary increase percentage: No.9 in the UK and no.18 in Europe
Masters in Management
- Overall position: No. 11 in the UK
- Salary increase percentage: No.4 in the UK and no.7 in Europe
- Open programmes overall position: No.3 in the UK and no.8 in Europe
- Custom programmes overall position: No.8 in the UK and no.25 in Europe
Programme members can feel assured that they are learning from a body of expert academics and practitioners with real-world international business experience, which is reflected in our faculty international and doctoral degree results:
- Percentage of full-time international faculty: Ranked no.15 in the UK and no.33 in Europe
- Percentage of full-time faculty with doctoral degrees: Ranked no.14 in the UK
In addition, our positions as no.1 in the UK and no.7 in Europe for percentage of full-time female faculty demonstrate our continued commitment to championing diversity and progression of women in business.
Professor John Board, Dean, comments:
“We are pleased to see the results of this Financial Times ranking. Programme participants rightly expect the best from their study experience and we will continue to enhance the quality and relevance of our courses in the ever-turbulent business environment.”
Full results of the ranking can be viewed on the Financial Times website.