One of the world’s premier university ranking bodies, Quacquarelli Symonds (QS), has named Alliance Manchester Business School as a ‘Global Elite School’ when it comes to employability and research excellence.
The QS Global 250 Business Schools Report 2017 identifies the top 250 full-time MBA programmes from around the world, and ranked Alliance Manchester Business School 11th in Europe for research excellence, and 16thfor employability.
This year’s ranking report involved QS’ largest MBA surveys ever conducted, taking opinions from more than12,000 MBA employers and almost 77,000 academics across 36 countries.
Professor Fiona Devine, Head of Alliance Manchester Business School, said: “The QS ranking and analysis are incredibly well-respected, so to be named in the global elite is a fantastic recognition for our staff and students at Alliance Manchester Business School.
“Business education is constantly evolving, so our continued success is testament to our visionary academics and leading edge courses which keep us in such high standing globally.
“This year is already shaping up to be a particularly eventful and momentous 12 months in the world of business, and we’re looking forward to keeping to our core aim of inspiring the business leaders and managers of tomorrow.”
View the complete ranking at QS.
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