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Strathclyde Business School’s full time MBA programme has been ranked in this year’s Financial Times Global MBA ranking which lists the top 100 programmes in the world each year.
Out of thousands of business schools worldwide, only those that are accredited (by AACSB or EQUIS) and meet strict criteria are eligible to take part in the FT ranking.
We are placed in the top 25 of European business schools ranked and, reflecting the increasing competitive nature of business schools globally, one of only 11 business schools in the UK to be included in the ranking, and the only Scottish university to feature.
The FT’s ranking follows on the back of other recent plaudits, namely, THE University of the Year 2012; reaccreditation by EQUIS for the maximum 5 year period; ranked in The Economist’s top 100 global MBA programmes; ranked in the FT’s top European graduate business schools.
The rankings take into account information provided by the school and information provided by alumni from three years ago (graduates of 2009) and looks at salary increase, value for money, career progression, as well as faculty and research.
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