Brunel MBA gets top marks in CEO Magazine’s MBA Rankings

The Masters of Business Administration from Brunel Business School has been ranked in the Global Top 20 MBA Rankings for 2014 by the CEO Magazine’s International Graduate Forum. The degree, delivered in the award winning Brunel Business School, Brunel University – London, has also been ranked in Tier One of the European Rankings for Winter 2013.MBA Rankings

Prof Zahir Irani, Head of Brunel Business School commented:

“The CEO Magazine is a business magazine for CEOs and high-level executive professionals. Their recognition, as future employers of our MBA students, is very valuable from a career prospects perspective for our students and alumni. The Brunel MBA, as a flagship programme of Brunel Business School deserves its place in this ranking and is one of the best examples of our commitment to student employability at all levels. It’s a reassurance for prospective students and yet another affirmation of our School going from strength to strength with each year.”

Prof Francesco Moscone, Director of the MBA programme said:

“When choosing an MBA there are several factors prospective students should take into account, to make sure they find the MBA programme that best suits their needs. The reputation of a business school is very important, as it signals to potential employers that the programme is of a high quality. The result achieved by Brunel Business School in the CEO magazine ranking, along with our internationally recognised AMBA accreditation, are clear signals of the quality of Brunel MBA.”

Both rankings have been published recently to the delight of the Business School and the Brunel MBA students and alumni.  This follows a recent achievement of the School’s award for Business School of the Year by the Times Higher Education.

The CEO Magazine states:

“The International Graduate Forum’s (IGF) 2013 Winter MBA Rankings have been compiled based upon key performance indicators considered to be of interest and value to potential students. Thus, international diversity, class sizes, student work experience, faculty to student ratios, and faculty qualifications – both academic and professional – have been given considerable weight. With competition between business schools continuing to increase, it is important for schools to understand what students really want. Schools ranked highly by the IGF in CEO Magazine have been successful in this goal.”

To view full rankings please visit the CEO Magazine website.

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