Cass moves up eight places in the Financial Times Global Executive MBA 2015 rankings
Cass moves up eight places in the Financial Times Global Executive MBA 2015 rankings.
Today, the Financial Times has published its Global Executive MBA 2015 rankings and Cass has moved up eight places from 2014 to 32nd in the world and up one place to 5th in the UK.
The increase in eight places reflects a strong increase in salary three years out from completing the EMBA.
Cass also has the highest female representation in the UK, with the best gender balance within the student cohort and on the Cass advisory board.
Cass also achieved notable results in the Economist's Which MBA? Full Time 2015 rankings, going up two places to 6th in the UK and 16th in Europe and maintaining its overall global rank at 54.
Professor Steven Haberman, Dean of Cass Business School said, “Cass grows in strength year on year, and the current rankings confirms our dedication to innovation and excellence across education, research and services to business. I would like to take this opportunity to thank the faculty members and professional staff whose continuing efforts contribute to the success of our MBA programmes.”
Dr Sionade Robinson, Associate Dean MBA Programmes said, "In each of these rankings there are important dimensions to celebrate. Both rankings show a significant increase in the earnings of our MBA graduates and in the Economist rankings, the Cass FT MBA Programme is the most highly rated in the UK for its programme and elective content."
The full Financial Times Global Executive MBA 2015 rankings can be viewed here: http://on.ft.com/1W1y523
The full Economist Which MBA? 2015 rankings can be viewed here: http://econ.st/1GKa57r