Brunel Business School is ranked 82nd in Europe – and 18th in the UK – in the Financial Times European Business School Rankings 2017, released this week.
The rankings are based on the combined performance of Europe’s leading business schools, and measure the schools’ quality and breadth of business programmes, judged across the five main rankings published by the Financial Times this year.
Brunel Business School, based at Brunel University London in Uxbridge, secured its position thanks to its achievement in the Financial Times Masters in Management Rankings 2017, in which it was ranked 13th in the country.
This is the third time the School has appeared in the rankings, which were established in 2004, and its first placement since 2011.
Dr Jane Hendy, Head of Brunel Business School, welcomed the news. “I am delighted that Brunel Business School appears in the Financial Times’s list of high-performing European business schools.
“This is testament to our illustrious heritage, our five internationally renowned research groups, and the breadth and depth of our teaching excellence.
“We will now build on our achievements and continue to develop a world-leading interdisciplinary business school, where innovative ideas are put into practice to influence how the world does business.’
View the full Financial Times European Business School Rankings 2017, or read about Brunel Business School’s undergraduate and postgraduate programmes.
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