Strathclyde MBA in Financial Times' Ranking
Strathclyde Business School has again been ranked in the prestigious Financial Times' global ranking of full-time MBA programmes.
Strathclyde is one of just 13 UK business schools to be included in the final ranking of the top 100 programmes worldwide, with 156 schools participating in this year's process. Our position at 80th globally also puts us in the top 25 of European business schools ranked. We are also the top Scottish business school to be ranked in the top 100 and have improved our ranking for 'value for money', being ranked 4th out of all the schools in this category.
Executive Dean Professor David Hillier said, "We're delighted to be ranked again in this prestigious ranking. This is the latest ranking success for our range of Masters programmes. Our pre-experience Masters in Management, Masters in Finance and Executive MBA programmes have all been successfully ranked in the past year, while we were also included in the FT's ranking of top European business schools.
"From being named Times Higher Education Business School of the Year for our outstanding overall performance and innovative and entrepreneurial outlook in November combined with our continuing success in rankings, we are looking forward with great enthusiasm to 2017.
"We continue to invest in our MBA programmes and full range of Masters programmes, our key goal is to ensure they are relevant to the business world with industry engagement built in, equipping our students with the skills and ability to succeed in a challenging and rapidly changing workplace."
This year's ranking was based on the full time MBA class of 2013. Each school must meet strict entry criteria including being internationally accredited. Strathclyde Business School is triple accredited by the three accrediting bodies, AMBA, EQUIS and AACSB.
The full ranking is available on the FT website.