Lancaster University: Lancaster MBA No.2 in the world for value for money in FT global rankings 2022

Financial Times MBA global rankings 2022 reveal Lancaster’s MBA programme is No.2 in the world for value for money and is top in the UK for student salary increases, with an average alumni salary increasing by 112 per cent just three years after completing the programme.

Lancaster University Management School’s (LUMS) MBA programme is now placed 8th in the UK, 21st in Europe and =76th in the world – up twenty places from last year.

The effectiveness of LUMS’ career service is ranked 33rd in the world, and Lancaster is placed at 43rd, globally, for the proportion of teaching dedicated to Environmental, Social and Governance issues. Lancaster claims 55th place for alumni career progression and 85 per cent of Lancaster students reported their aims had been achieved.

Chris Saunders, Associate Dean for Postgraduate Education at Lancaster University Management School, said: “We are very pleased to see the success of our MBA alumni reflected in this latest FT ranking. An average salary increase of 112% is an amazing achievement and is testament to the outstanding quality of students we attract to our programme.

“As a business school that featured in the very first FT MBA ranking back in 1999, it is wonderful that the quality of our programme continues to be featured amongst the top 100 MBA programmes worldwide.”

Dr Robyn Remke, Director of LUMS’ MBA programme, said: “I am very pleased to see the FT recognise the quality of our full-time MBA programme and enormous accomplishment of our alumni. Beyond our value for money and amazing career support, our focus on responsibility, sustainability, and inclusion in our programme curriculum comes through in our placement of 43rd in the world for environment, social and governance issues. I am very proud of our alumni and their commitment to advancing these principles in their careers, which they have done with great success. I would like to thank the entire MBA team in LUMS who worked very hard to teach and support our students through the difficulties of the pandemic.”

Lancaster University is a highly ranked, global university that ranks amongst the top 15 in the three major UK league tables. Out of more than 120 UK universities, Lancaster is currently 11th in both the Complete University Guide 2022 and The Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide 2022. It also ranks 13th in the Guardian University Guide 2022.

Lancaster University Management School is ranked amongst the UK’s top 10 and Europe’s top 50 business schools by the Financial Times and is quadruple accredited by the AACSB, EQUIS, the Association of MBAs and the Small Business Charter.

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