Durham University Business School has retained its top 50 place in the Financial Times European Business Schools Rankings for the third year running.
The school is positioned at 47th in this year’s ranking, up two places on last year. This is the fourth year in a row that Durham University Business School has risen in this prestigious ranking.
Professor Susan Hart, Dean of Durham University Business School says,
“This ranking result demonstrates Durham University Business School’s dedication to providing progressive, challenging and transformative approaches to business education and research, and confirms its reputation as one of the most respected business schools in Europe.”
The annual Financial Times European Business Schools Rankings considers various factors, including the Full-time MBA ranking and Masters in Management ranking.
Durham University Business School remains one of the UK’s longest established business schools, carrying three internationally-recognised quality assurances (EQUIS, AACSB and AMBA). Following the 2014 REF (Research Excellence Framework), 79% of the School’s research has been assessed as ‘internationally excellent quality’ or ‘world leading’, that is 3* or 4*.