Management School maintains position in The Economist WhichMBA? rankings

The University of Liverpool Management School maintained its position in The Economist’s WhichMBA? ranking for 2018.

The ranking lists the world’s top 100 MBA programmes according to data such as career opportunities, personal development, educational experience, salary and networking potential. The Management School performed particularly well in the area of opening new career opportunities.

Only 15 UK business schools appear in the ranking this year.

Elizabeth Maitland, Associate Dean MBA, said “I am delighted that our MBA has again been recognised by The Economist as one of the Top 100 MBA Programmes in the world.

“What is most significant for me is that we are ranked second in the United Kingdom for opening up career opportunities for our graduates.

“This underlines our commitment to delivering a transformational experience for our students, in a city and university that are passionate about cutting edge technologies and solutions that not only enable business success, but also enhance the lives of communities across the world.”

The full list is available to view online.

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