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Durham University News



FT ranks Durham's MBA in top 100

(27 January 2004)

For the third consecutive year, Durham's Full-Time MBA has been placed in the Financial Times' ranking of global MBA programmes.

Gaining a position as 82nd in the world and 10th in the UK, this is a move upwards of some 13 places from last year's rankings. Responses from Durham's Full-Time MBA alumni and data provided by the School were used against 20 criterions to determine the table. Highlights from the table for Durham include:
  • 2nd in the UK/16th globally for international faculty and for the proportion of faculty who have doctorates
  • 9th globally for international students
  • 3rd in the UK for international mobility of graduates
  • 3rd in the UK for the proportion of female faculty
  • Alumni salaries increased by 8% from 2003 graduates
  • Top 25 globally for value for money
  • Top 40 globally for proportion of graduates who are employed at 3 months
  • Top 50 globally for graduate career progression
Professor Tony Antoniou, Director of Durham Business School comments:

"Our position reflects the School's development over the last two years and our drive to be one of the top Schools in Europe. It is especially pleasing to see our international strength across faculty, student body and alumni community recognised. "

In October 2003, Durham was placed in the Economist MBA rankings as 61 in the world.

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