Cranfield School Of Management’s MBA and Finance and Management MSc have been ranked as amongst the best in the world in the Times Higher Education Supplement and Wall Street Journal rankings.
The full-time one-year MBA programme was also ranked as 7th in the world and the best in the UK while the MSc was ranked 6th in the world and 2nd in the UK.
The rankings were pulled together jointly by the Times Higher Education Supplement and Wall Street Journal using a unique set of performance data from business schools across the world looking at teaching excellence and the student experience.
114 business schools from 24 countries were ranked in the project after compiling the date from 23,000 responses of a survey sent to teach business school.
The final rankings looked at 20 factors encompassing institutional resources, student engagement, teaching environment and student outcomes.
Professor Lynette Ryals, Director of Cranfield School of Management, said: “It is fantastic to have the work of our faculty and students recognised by these ranking results.
“You can see this in the business success of our students, following their participation on the programme, through the acceleration in their career paths or through the entrepreneurial ventures they undertake.”