Leeds MBA named one of the best in the UK
The Executive MBA course offered by Leeds University Business School has maintained its position as 1st in the North of England and 7th in the UK in The Economist 'Which MBA?' 2015 league table.
The rankings place LUBS as 5th in the world for post-graduation salary increase, upholding the Schools status as an elite destination for executive education. The league table also recognises the programme as having one of the most gender-balanced programmes in the world, and places Leeds within the top 20 business schools globally for the quality of its faculty and facilities.
The Economist rankings assess the quality of the programme, faculty and students, as well as career progression, salary, networking opportunities and student diversity.
Dean of LUBS, Peter Moizer, says: "It is good news that the quality of our Executive MBA programme has once again been recognised, particularly when we are competing against some of the worlds leading institutions. Maintaining our position as number one in the North of England and among the best in the UK reflects the outstanding effort and commitment of those who have contributed to the programme. It is a great result for them and they should feel justly proud of the this achievement, which should help maintain our strong recruitment to the programme."Posted in: Student education