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Bradford secures ranking as top European business school

Published: Mon 1 Dec 2014

The Financial Times has once again named University of Bradford School of Management as one of the leading business schools in Europe and has also rated its MBA programme in the top 40.

Financial Times logo The latest Financial Times European Business Schools 2014 rankings lists the 80 best institutions, assessing the quality of the education on offer across a number of key factors.

University of Bradford’s Business School has consistently been named in the annual league and has maintained its position among the European elite, ranked at 58th overall. The MBA programme at the school has also retained its ranking at 34th overall. The research shows the average salary you can expect after securing a Bradford MBA is almost $71,000.

Earlier this year the School was also named in the 2014 Financial Times Masters in Management world rankings and Global Online MBA rankings. Bradford is one of just 11 UK Universities to be recognised in The Masters in Management ranking, with a World Top 10 ranking for Marketing.

The Bradford Distance-learning MBA achieved another world ranking for the business school in February 2014. This included a World No.1 ranking for career development, No.3 for value for money and an overall ranking of 11th in the world.

Dean - Professor Jon Reast

Dean - Professor Jon Reast

The Financial Times’ definitive guide of the best management programmes available in the world today showed Bradford is a world leader in terms of student career prospects, international exposure and value for money. The FT findings follow success earlier this year when both the Guardian University Guide and the Complete University Guide named Bradford as one of the top business schools in the UK.

Jon Reast, Dean at the Triple Crown accredited University of Bradford School of Management, said: “Yet again we have been recognised as one of the top business schools and we are hugely proud to maintain our reputation for delivering a world-class education.

“Innovation, enterprise and sustainability lies at the heart of everything we do and I’m confident our expertise, knowledge and drive to succeed will ensure we continue to be a feature of the FT rankings for many years to come.”

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