Global MBA 2007

ファイナンシャルタイムズのGlobal MBA 2007が発表になりました。これはグローバルでのMBAプログラムのランキングですが、われらがマンチェスタービジネススクールは昨年と変わらず22位という結果でした。

Dean profile: Michael Luger of Manchester Business School
ByDella Bradshaw

Published: January 29 2007 00:11 | Last updated: January 29 2007 00:11
It is more than 6,000km from Chapel Hill, North Carolina, in the US, to Manchester in the UK. But the cultural distance may be even greater – not to mention the difference in the weather.
None of which seems to perturb Michael Luger, formerly chairman of the department of public policy and professor of city and regional planning at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. This month, he took up his new job as the director of Manchester Business School. But leaving the hot climate for one of Britain’s rainiest cities has not deterred the 56-year old. He is keen to play up the school’s location strong points: Manchester is close to the Lake District and Snowdonia, two of Britain’s most beautiful national parks, he says. Prof Luger knows the UK well, having worked in London in the 1970s.
Prof Luger will now take charge of a business school with a powerful undergraduate programme, a well-respected MBA, a small portfolio of executive education, a distance learning subsidiary and a huge doctoral programme, ranked this year by the Financial Times as the best in Europe and second in the world.



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