Top 5 MBA courses in the UK
The Financial Times produces a global MBA ranking every year, giving prospective students an invaluable guide to which business schools will provide the greatest return on investment. Rankings are produced according to career progression of alumni, diversity of cohort, the quality of faculty, and much more.
Needless to say the UK fares pretty well in the FT Global MBA Ranking 2018, with 14 of its business schools making an appearance in the top 100.
Here’s a countdown of the UK’s top 5 universities for an MBA, complete with key statistics*:
*Key statistics include: Salary Increase – average % difference in alumni salary from before MBA to now; Employed at 3 months – % of most recent graduating class who had found employment within 3 months of completion; International Students – % of cohort whose nationality differs from the country in which they are studying.
5. Imperial College Business School - Imperial College London
FT Global MBA Ranking 2019: 39
The full-time MBA programme at Imperial is a 1-year intensive course aimed at future business leaders keen to innovate within in any sector. The programme provides students with the ability to form solutions to emerging business challenges, operate from a global perspective, and develop a global professional network.
Salary Increase: 88% Employed at 3 months: 96% International Students: 77%