News from Cass Business School

Financial Times positions Cass 12th in Europe and third in UK European Business School ranking

Results reinforce the Cass position as a leading international business school

Wednesday, 8 December, 2010

The Financial Times has today published its European Business Schools ranking 2010 and Cass has moved up one place in the rankings to 12th place in Europe and is now ranked third in the UK. This positioning reinforces Cass’s status as a leading European business school.
This ranking is compiled by amalgamating all of the Financial Times' rankings: Full Time MBA, Executive MBA, Executive Education and MSc Management.  This improvement in the European ranking reflects the strength of the Cass programmes with the Executive MBA climbing 11 places in the rankings to now be ranked tenth in the world.  Additionally, the Full Time MBA ranking has improved by one place internationally and the MSc Management is ranked 17th in the world and maintains second position in the UK.
Professor Paul Curran, Vice-Chancellor of City University, commented:  Our position in the Financial Times European Business Schools Rankings is the result of our commitment to academic excellence, our focus on business and the professions and our ideal location in the heart of the City of London.  It reflects the strength of all Cass programmes and in particular the Cass Executive MBA which climbed 11 places to 10th in the world.
Sarah Brakebill who works in Global Client Management at BNY Mellon and is a Cass MSc Management alumna said: "The practical nature of the programmes at Cass prepare graduates to obtain top jobs in leading organisations. Cass gave me the opportunity to learn real-world solutions from industry experts and provided me with the chance to expand my knowledge through networking outside the classroom, which put me in a position to fast-track my career."

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