Financial Times European Business Schools ranking places Cass 2nd in London, 5th in the UK and 16th in Europe
Financial Times rankings reflect Cass’s position amongst Europe’s leading Business Schools
The Financial Times has published its European Business Schools ranking 2018, which assesses the top 95 graduate business schools in Europe. Cass Business School has been ranked 2nd in London, 5th in the UK and 16th in Europe.
This result increases the Cass three-year average rank by two places, showing a marked increase over the past three years.
The School’s position across the ranking reflects the strength in the Financial Times' rankings across the MBA, Masters and Executive Education programmes
Professor Marianne Lewis, Dean of Cass Business School, said:
“This is a tremendous result for the School, and a fitting conclusion to a year that has seen us achieve great success across the Financial Times’ rankings.
“I would like to thank our academic faculty for their leadership, educational excellence and their continued commitment to our students. I would also like to thank the professional staff who work to improve student satisfaction across our rankings and support the ongoing success of Cass as world-leading business school.”
Full Time MBA
The Full Time MBA was named the top one-year MBA in London for the second year running, and was also ranked 6th in the UK and 13th in Europe. Cass was also ranked top 10 globally for entrepreneurship and corporate strategy, and top five in Europe for finance.
The EMBA programme maintained its position for the fourth consecutive year to place 5th in the UK, and was also ranked 31st globally. Cass holds the impressive position of 4th globally for career progress and is top 10 globally for corporate strategy.
MSc in Management
The MSc in Management ranked 27th in Europe and 4th in the UK. The Cass MSc in Management ranks 1st in London for career progress and salary increase.
MSc in Finance
The MSc in Finance maintained its position of 4th in the UK and 20th globally and also ranks 1st in London for career progression.