Leeds Executive MBA ranked best in UK
The Executive MBA at Leeds University Business school has been ranked 14th globally and first in the UK in the 2017 CEO Magazine EMBA rankings, outperforming other notable programmes.
There was good news too for the full-time MBA, which was listed as a Tier One business school in the CEO Magazine European MBA rankings.
This further reinforces the Leeds MBA status as a world class programme, adding to its position as the number one Executive MBA programme in the north of England (Economist Executive MBA rankings) and a top 30 Executive MBA programme in the inaugural global QS EMBA rankings.
Vince Dispenza Director of the Executive MBA said, This latest accolade reinforces the fact that the Leeds MBA provides a highly relevant, challenging and developmental experience within a globally respected institution. Im delighted to see that we compared favourably to some major global and national brands. This latest achievement is thanks to the students, support staff and academic staff who make this a great programme.
CEO Magazine has been featuring top business schools from around the globe since it first launched in 2008. This year CEO Magazine canvassed business schools across North America, Europe, Australia, New Zealand and the BRICS, and received responses from over 160 institutions.
The CEO ranking methodology is entirely based on fact-based criteria, and places great emphasis on the quality of faculty, international diversity and course experience. Schools are ranked as Tier One or Tier Two based on their overall percentage score from these data points.Posted in: Research and innovationUniversity news