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The ranking lists the top 80 business schools in Europe
The University of Liverpool’s Management School has entered the Financial Times European Business Schools Ranking for the first time.
The ranking lists the top 80 business schools in Europe based on schools’ performance in four of the rankings published by the Financial Times each year: MBA, executive MBA (EMBA), masters in management (MiM) and executive education.
The Management School has been ranked 80 in the league table, which measures the quality and breadth of postgraduate programmes. London Business School is ranked top, followed by HEC Paris and Spain’s IE Business School.
Professor Michael McKenzie, Interim Director of the Management School, said: “We are absolutely delighted to have joined the elite rank of European business schools that make the Financial Times list.
“This is an outstanding achievement considering the school was only formed a little over a decade ago and is testimony to the hard work of our academic and professional services staff. We have set ourselves the goal of establishing the Management School as a provider of world-class business and management education and this achievement, along with our recent AACSB accreditation, clearly shows we are on the right path.
“We have a number of exciting initiatives coming to fruition in the School, including the launch of our executive education programmes at our London campus.”
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