Latest Global MBA league table sees Cass climb the rankings
The latest Financial Times’ Global MBA 2020 rankings have been released and Cass Business School has been ranked as 2nd in the world for corporate strategy and 9th for international business.
The Cass Full-time MBA was rated 1st in London, 6th in the UK, and also achieved its joint highest-ever position in Europe. The programme was also in the top 50 globally.
Interim Dean of Cass Business School Professor Paolo Volpin spoke about his pleasure at the result:
“We’ve been working very hard to maximise the MBA student and alumni experience and I’m really pleased that this has been recognised in these latest rankings.
“Alongside our positive overall movement from a year ago, we are very proud to be rated as the best value for money MBA in London and 2nd for career progress in the UK. Furthering the careers of our alumni is at the forefront of our MBA offering, and we’ve continued our significant progress in this area.”
The rankings are based on information collected from business schools, employment data from Cass's most recent graduates and feedback from MBA alumni who graduated three years ago.
Read the full Financial Times Global MBA Ranking 2020.
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