UK Top 10 for DUBS in the Financial Times Global MBA Ranking 2017
The Financial Times have today announced their ranking of the 2017 Top 100 Full-time Global MBA Programmes. Durham University Business School’s full-time MBA is now ranked 10th in the UK, a recognition of the quality of our programme and the calibre of our School.
This ranking demonstrates the return on investment that our full-time MBA graduates are realising, with the average alumni salary currently standing at over $100,000. The School is also ranked 7th globally and 4th in the UK for value for money according to the Financial Times.
Diversity of our student body and faculty is also reflected strongly in these rankings. The proportion of international students studying our full-time MBA is 12th globally and 4th in the UK respectively, and we are also positioned 20th globally in recognition of our international teaching faculty. Our gender diversity figures are also high, ranking 5th globally and 2nd in the UK, reflecting the proportion of female faculty at the School.
Professor Susan Hart, Dean of Durham University Business School, said: “These results are testament to our continuous investment in faculty, research, programmes and our alumni network and confirms Durham University Business School’s position as one of the top business schools across the globe.”