Triple rankings success for LBS
The School is celebrating top rankings successes with the Financial Times (FT) and Bloomberg Businessweek.
LBS second in FT European Business School ranking
The School was ranked second in the FT's 2019 ranking of European graduate business schools.
This ranking of European business schools is informed by the scores and rankings awarded to each school by the FT for their respective MBA, Executive MBA, Masters in Management and Executive Education programmes. The School’s strong performance reflects the consistently high standard of educational offering across our programmes and courses.
François said: “The School’s strong performance in this ranking is a testament to the many staff and faculty who work tirelessly to unleash the full potential of our community.”
LBS MBA ranked third best in Europe
Our MBA has been ranked third in Bloomberg Businessweek's ranking of the best Masters in Business Administration programmes in Europe for 2019-20.
The ‘Best Global Business Schools of 2019-20’ list measures MBA programmes based on data compiled from more than 9,000 students, 14,920 alumni, 900 corporate recruiters, and compensation and job-placement data from each school. Schools are ranked in four major regions: Europe, Asia-Pacific, Canada, and the US.
In addition to the overall ranking, schools are separately ranked on four component indexes — compensation, networking, learning, and entrepreneurship.
We placed in the top ten for all four measures.
Barbara Miller Manzanares, Programme Director of the School’s MBA, said: “We are very proud to see our programme ranked as one of the top in the world as a reflection of the career success of our graduates.
“Our MBA continues to be flexible, rigorous and global providing our graduates with the skills and knowledge they need to succeed in the business world.”
EMBA programmes place in top 10 in annual FT rankings
Our EMBA-Global Asia programme has retained its top five position in the Financial Times 2019 EMBA ranking.
The programme, delivered in partnership with HKU and Columbia Business Schools, placed fourth in the annual ranking of the world’s best Executive MBA programmes for the second year running.
Arnold Longboy, Executive Director, Recruitment & Admissions, Degree Education & Career Centre, said: “Our EMBA-Global Asia students study in London, Dubai, Shanghai, Hong Kong and New York during their time on the programme. It is a transformative experience that reflects the global nature of today’s business world and positions our graduates for future success.”