The FINANCIAL — Manchester Business School is placed 31st in the world by The Financial Times in its ranking of the leading international business schools, published on 30 january, Crucially The FT also rates Manchester’s Doctoral programme as best in the world, according to Manchester Business School.
This means that Manchester’s 18-month full-time MBA programme is placed 11th in Europe and 5th in the UK, confirming its position as one of the world’s toughest and most rewarding programmes.
Our position in the rankings reflects the excellent salary progression Manchester Business School’s MBAs can achieve three years after completing the programme. According to The FT, they can expect a 116% salary increase.
The FT’s findings echo Bloomberg Business Week’s most recent ranking of the world’s best business schools, in which MBS is rated second in the world for return on investment; as does Forbes which consistently highlights MBS’ excellent ROI.