Business magazine CEO has placed the University’s Management School in the top tier of its 2016 global MBA rankings.
The University was one of seven UK universities to be given a ‘tier one’ status for its MBA programme.
CEO magazine profiles MBA, EMBA and online MBA programmes across North America, Europe and Australia. The Management School was one of top 28 European universities within the rankings.
The rankings are based on the criteria of learning environment, class sizes, tuition fees, faculty, delivery methods, international diversity, gender make-up and more. The rankings aim to identify management schools that marry exceptional quality with great return of investment.
Management School Director of MBA programmes, Elaine Eades said: “We are delighted to be one of only seven UK universities to have their MBA programmes ranked in the top European grouping by CEO Magazine.
“Hopefully this will build on the momentum created by our recent ranking in the Economist’s global top 100 MBA programmes, as we continually develop our reputation. We are in a very competitive market and this recognition sends very positive signals about our ambitions.”
The full 2016 rankings from CEO Magazine are available to view online here.