Strathclyde Business School has been placed 73rd in the global Financial Times (FT) MBA rankings 2014, moving up 14 places since last year.
This position puts Strathclyde in the top 10 of UK business schools and top 20 in Europe. Data from the rankings table also show Strathclyde is 4th in the world for value for money and 21st globally for career progression.
This year the rankings were based on the full-time MBA class of 2010. Each school must meet strict entry criteria including being internationally accredited. Strathclyde Business School is triple accredited.
Executive Dean of Strathclyde Business School, Professor Susan Hart, said, “This is another in a string of successful results for us, across a wide range of programmes including our full-time MBA, our pre-experience Masters in Management, our Masters in Finance, and our Executive MBA, as well as being ranked in the FT’s European business school ranking.
“Accreditation is a requirement for being ranked in the FT and at Strathclyde we firmly believe that accreditation provides a comprehensive analysis and an objective measure of a business school's quality. Last year we received the full five years reaccreditation from EQUIS, continuing our position as a triple accredited school, together with our accreditation from AMBA and AACSB.”