Financial Times Global MBA Ranking 2014

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Manchester Business School (MBS) is placed 43rd in the Financial Times’ Global MBA ranking of the world’s leading MBA programmes.

We are positioned 6th in the UK, 14th in Europe and over the last three years The FT ranks us at an average position of 34th.

The ranking shows our MBAs benefit from a 96% increase in salary three years after graduation and rates MBS’ doctoral programme as 3rd in the world.

Professor Fiona Devine, Head of MBS, said: “Our focus is delivering innovative MBA programmes that enable our students to think originally – encouraging them to apply this thinking to the world of business not only as it exists today, but how it will look tomorrow.  As we continue to strengthen our MBA we are also investing in our people and campus, with work on our new building starting later this year. ”

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