Nottingham MBA rises in The Economist 2019 ranking
Nottingham University Business School's popular Masters of Business Administration course has leapt up The Economist global MBA rankings for 2019.
The Economist top 100 MBA league table is regarded as one of the most influential of the global rankings. It is distinctive for its surveying of full-time MBA students while they are on the course, giving a true reflection of their experience on the programme.
Nottingham University Business School's full-time MBA has risen 7 places, to 84 worldwide. The School is one of only 6 of the 16 UK business schools included to improve its position in The Economist rankings this year.
Nottingham’s MBA scored highly on key measures of Personal and Educational Experience and the Potential to Network, which increased considerably. These scores put the course in the top 50 globally for these ranking measures.
The School has built on previous success to boost engagement with alumni and to attract top visiting speakers as well as enabling students to spend time in business organisations around the UK and on overseas business study tours.
Nottingham MBA Director, Dr Amrit Judge, said: “This is a very pleasing outcome. Our new position in this well-respected global ranking in the field of postgraduate business education is testament to the hard work, dedication and professionalism of both academics and the career development team that support the programme.”
The Economist MBA 2019 Top 100 ranking is taken from surveys of full-time students on the course, MBA alumni, as well as a School survey.
Full-time MBA students at the University’s campus in Malaysia were also included.
See the full 2019 ranking by The Economist.
Posted on Wednesday 6th November 2019