The Economist Ranks Durham’s MSc Management 4th in the UK
Durham University Business School’s Masters in Management programme has been recognised among the world’s top programmes in the inaugural Which MBA? MiM 2017 rankings by The Economist.
The Durham MSc Management programme has been ranked 4th in the UK, 27th in the world, and is also ranked 3rd in the UK for career opportunities.
Features of the Masters programme assessed were post-graduation salary, education experience, gender diversity, faculty quality, diversity of recruiters, personal development and effectiveness of alumni.
Our Masters programmes consistently appear in top independent rankings for both quality and reputation. Taught by a world-class faculty and supported by international-quality research, these intensive one-year, full-time programmes enable students to develop and enhance the analytical and practical skills employers’ value.
Durham University Business School remains one of the UK’s longest established business schools, carrying three internationally recognised quality assurances (EQUIS, AACSB and AMBA).