The Business School is delighted to announce the inclusion of its Masters in Management programme in the 2017 Financial Times ranking in their list of the top 95 degrees in Management.
The School’s MSc in Management is ranked 78, just below places like Bath and above triple accredited Manchester and Bradford.
It’s the School’s first entry since 2014 when the AACSB accreditation was introduced as an eligibility requirement for the FT submission.
Importantly it is indicative of the satisfaction of BBS Masters in Management alumni as reflected in the feedback they provided when specifically surveyed by the Financial Times for the ranking.
More information about the MSc Management, here.
FT table and for more information
The Brunel MBA has maintained its Tier One position in CEO Magazine’s 2017 MBA Rankings in Europe, a category it shares with thirty-three European MBA programmes including those from Trinity College Dublin, Copenhagen Business School and ESADE, Spain.
The global business magazine writes of its awards scheme, “CEO Magazine has been showcasing top business schools from around the globe since it first launched in 2008. In 2012 the publication launched its annual Global MBA Rankings, profiling MBA, Executive MBA and Online MBA programmes. This year CEO Magazine reached out to business schools across North America, Europe, Australia, New Zealand and the BRICS, and received responses from over 160 institutions – a 20 per cent increase in submissions from 2016.”
“We’re very pleased to have sustained our position in the CEO Magazine’s MBA Rankings and continue to look for opportunities to expand and build on our programme’s success – ultimately to the benefit of our MBA candidates,” Dr Dimitrios Koufopoulos, MBA Director, Brunel Business School.