Financial Times ranking released on 5 December ranks Brunel Business School in the top 10 in London (in 6th position) and top 20 in the UK. The School has also climbed by two places to 73rd position amongst the top Business Schools in Europe.
On the 25th November MBA students visited Capital & Counties Properties PLC (Capco), a major property investment and development company in London. The inaugural visit was part of a series of company visits that will run throughout the year, giving MBA students first hand experience on how businesses operate. The visit offered a unique insight into two major construction and redevelopment projects run by Capco.
The participation falls under the umbrella of the Business Life headed by Prof Ashley Braganza- the employability commitment to its students of the Brunel University.
The most recent survey of graduate employment showed that more than 7 out of 10 Business School graduating in 2010 were in employment shortly after leaving Brunel – up more than 7% from the previous year. Those yet to find a job dropped from 10% to 8.4%.
Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW), the most
prestigious of the accounting professional bodies.