Cass Full Time MBA 37th in the world
Programme leaps 16 places in The Economist ranking
Cass's Full Time MBA programme has been ranked 37th in the world in The Economist's annual "Which MBA" ranking. This is an increase of 16 places from Cass's position last year and an increase of 39 places in the last two years. In this latest survey, Cass's FT MBA programme is now ranked 5th in the UK.
The Economist's ranking is based on several criteria including career opportunities, personal development/education experience, increase in salary and potential to network, which are assessed through an online questionnaire completed by students and alumni.
Professor Paul Curran, Vice-Chancellor of City University London comments: "I am delighted with the rise in Cass's position in The Economist ranking as it further confirms the position of City University's Cass Business School among the leading Business Schools of the world. This substantial climb in the table is a result of the commitment to academic excellence at Cass and within the wider University."
Dean of Cass Business School Richard Gillingwater CBE stated: "This is a great commendation of Cass's Full Time MBA programme. I would like to acknowledge the hard work of the Cass academic and professional staff who continue to make the programme such a success."