Strathclyde ranked in the Financial Times’ top 95 European Business Schools
Strathclyde Business School has been ranked in the top 95 European Business Schools in the latest ranking from the Financial Times (December 2022), ranking 72nd overall.
Strathclyde is one of only 17 UK business schools to be ranked, and one of only 3 in Scotland.
This ranking (published December 5) is based on a business school’s performance in the Financial Times' other rankings – specifically, the Global MBA, Executive MBA and Masters in Management in 2021 and the FT's Executive Education ranking over the last 12 month period.
This latest ranking follows on from our inclusion in the FT’s Executive MBA ranking of the top 100 Executive MBA programmes in October, and our inclusion in the Corporate Knights Better World MBA Rankings in November.
Executive Dean of Strathclyde Business School, Professor David Hillier, said, "We are delighted to see Strathclyde recognised as one of the best business schools in Europe in this latest ranking which takes into account our performance in the Financial Times’ other MBA rankings. This is the third recent ranking for the Strathclyde MBA including the Corporate Knights Better World MBA ranking, which looked at sustainability, and the FT’s Executive MBA.
“We continually strive to offer the best MBA experience to all our students and welcome recognition of our MBA in these different rankings.”
The full ranking is available on the Financial Times regional ranking page.
Published: 5 December 2022