Aston Business School (ABS) has climbed sixteen places in the Financial Times (FT) European Business Schools rankings.
The overall league table, an amalgam of the FT’s MBA, Executive MBA, Masters in Management and Executive Education rankings, places ABS 31st in Europe - a sixteen place improvement on 2008 - and 11th in the UK.
Professor Mike West, Executive Dean of ABS said, ‘This ranking confirms that Aston Business School is a leading European Business School, with broad strengths across all areas of our postgraduate provision. The rise of sixteen places also illustrates how ABS continues to go from strength to strength, and we look forward to improving further in 2010 and beyond.’
ABS performed particularly strongly in the FT’s MBA rankings, where it came 21st in Europe, and 28th in the Masters in Management league table. Aston has particular strengths in graduate employability and career progression, and is well known for the diversity of its student body and faculty.
For more information on Aston Business School’s rankings, please contact Katy Barry, Alumni Relations Officer on 0121 204 4556
- Aston Business School is among 1% of business schools worldwide which has triple accreditation from the Association of MBAs (AMBA), Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) and EQUIS.
- Aston University is a top 20 UK university, according to both the Independent’s Complete University Guide 2010 and the Guardian Good University Guide 2010. The Times Higher Education/QS World Rankings placed Aston University in the top 300, putting it in the top 5% of universities worldwide (based on UNESCO estimate of 9000 HEIs).