Leeds University Business School remains among Europe’s elite

Leeds University Business School has maintained its place among the top European graduate business schools, according to the latest league table published by the Financial Times.

The School maintained its 2010 ranking – at 63 out of 80 schools, in the face of strong competition from schools across Europe.

The Financial Times European Business Schools survey considers both the quality and the range of programmes on offer by assessing performance in four FT rankings – Full time MBA, masters in management degrees, executive MBA and both open enrolment and customised non-degree executive education programmes.

“I’m delighted that the latest survey has returned another excellent result that reinforces our position as one of Europe’s leading business schools”, said Professor Peter Moizer, the School’s dean. 

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