Strathclyde Executive MBA climbs in latest Financial Times rankings

Posted on: October 29th, 2016 by chris No Comments

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The latest Financial Times ranking sees Strathclyde Business School’s Executive MBA programme (October 17 2016) ranked globally at 41st in the world, rising 9 places from last year. This annual ranking of the Executive MBA, delivered via its international centres in Singapore, Malaysia, Greece, Switzerland, UAE, Bahrain and Oman, places us in the top 10 of UK schools ranked.

Executive Dean of Strathclyde Business School, Professor David Hillier said, ” As a leading business school in an international technological university, we continue to innovate with our MBA to ensure that it is completely relevant and impactful to today’s business world, no matter where and how you study it. These rankings are testament to our excellent student body across our international network, and we are delighted to see them do so well both on the programme and in their subsequent careers.”

The Financial Times uses information supplied from accredited business schools as well as information from alumni who graduated from the programme in 2013.
Published: 17 October 2016