Global MBA 2009

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Global MBA Rankings 2009

Financial Times Ranking 2009
Manchester Business School (MBS) is placed 32nd in the Financial Times’ ranking of the world’s leading business schools, published today (Monday 26 January). This is a drop of 10 places globally and is primarily a reflection of The FT’s methodology, which focuses largely on average weighted salary and salary percentage increase.
Whilst this is of course disappointing the result confirms for us some of the areas we are already working to improve – such as our relationship with alumni and the emphasis we place on external relations.
By some indicators we do very well – for instance MBS’ doctoral programme remains 1st in the world for the second year running. And we have achieved a higher ranking in the all-important category of MBA career progression – world 7th – up three places from 2008.
Our performance is in keeping with that of the majority of other leading UK schools. Indeed the minimal degrees of separation between our peers is unprecedented and could not have been anticipated.
It is important that whilst addressing the factors we want to change, to positively influence the criteria of highly-regarded rankings, we retain our perspective. Over the last three years The FT ranks us at an average position of 25. Our mission is to be consistently rated amongst the top 20 schools globally.


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