We are proud to announce that Nottingham Business School has been ranked amongst the top 100 universities globally in the Financial Times 2017 ranking for Masters in Management.
The Financial Times Ranking for business schools is one of the most highly acknowledged and widely cited authority on quality and performance of institutions globally, so we are very pleased to be holding a position in the rankings.
The rankings are based on a collection of data sourced from two surveys: one from participating universities and the other from alumni who have graduated from the university within the last three years. The ranking is in part based on how successful alumni have been in their careers, as reflected in the salary data.
Our position in the ranking is a clear demonstration of the high quality teaching and learning that we provide to our students is amongst some of the very best internationally. Liza Pybus, course leader for MSc Management programmes played a large part in achieving this ranking. Commenting on the process:
“In order for our course to be considered for the FT ranking we had to supply a range of information about our staff and students and supply a mailing list of all students who graduated from our course in 2014 for the FT to independently survey.
It is a fantastic achievement to be listed as a Global top 100 Masters in Management course alongside just 18 other UK Business Schools including Imperial College Business School, City University: Cass, Warwick Business School and Durham University Business School. I would like to thank everyone who responded to my short survey earlier in the year to help gather the information we needed and all the academic and administrative staff who work so hard on the course who have helped achieve this success.”
We are delighted to have entered the FT rankings for the first time, and are proud to be listed amongst the best Masters in Management (MiM) programmes in Europe. Our inclusion in this elite group is testament to the employability of our graduates, the quality and diversity of our staff and student body, and the opportunities available to MiM students. We look forward to rising up the ranking in the coming years as we further improve our profile
Alex Hiller, Head of postgraduate taught programmes
Our CMI accredited MSc Management programmes enable students to gain an outstanding understanding of core subjects allowing them to put theory and contemporary thinking in to practice.
To find out about what our courses can offer you, visit the postgraduate course pages on our website.
Visit the Financial Times website to view the full rankings.