MBA, Finance and Management rank in top fifteen
Published: 13 December 2018
Three Adam Smith Business School programmes are in the top fifteen worldwide in a new Times Higher Education /Wall Street Journal Business Schools report.
The Glasgow MBA ranks 4th in the UK and 15th in the world, International Finance ranks 14th, and Management with International Finance ranks 11th.
In total, 114 business schools from 24 countries were ranked against metrics designed to explore teaching and the student experience.
The project included almost 23,000 responses to a survey of business school alumni, supported by the schools.
The ranking is based on 20 factors encompassing institutional resources, student engagement, teaching environment and student outcomes.
Professor John Finch, Head of University of Glasgow Adam Smith Business School said: “I’m delighted to see these programmes have been so highly rated in these world rankings. Finance, Management and the Glasgow MBA are some of the key pillars in our School portfolio and each strongly reflect our values to create engaged, enterprising and enlightened graduates who make a positive contribution to society.”
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First published: 13 December 2018