The Exeter MBA has secured a spot in The Economist’s Which MBA? Rankings 2019
The Exeter MBA Ranked Amongst the World’s Best
For the first time, the University of Exeter Business School’s internationally accredited MBA programme, The Exeter MBA, has secured a spot in The Economist’s Which MBA? Rankings 2019.
The rankings featured the top 100 full-time programmes globally, and highlighted our MBA’s strengths in new career opportunities, student quality and diversity, and personal development and educational experience.
Stuart Robinson, Associate Dean Professional Education at the University of Exeter Business School, commented: “This recognition by The Economist is testament to our ongoing commitment to providing the best possible student experience, and we are delighted that our efforts have resulted in this global ranking.
We are proud to be named as a top 100 MBA programme, and 5th in the world for student quality. We look forward to building on this success, as we grow our professional education activities and continue to attract great students from all over the world.”
The Economist’s 2019 ranking criteria included placement success, faculty rating by students, gender diversity, student rating of programme and range of electives, student rating of alumni network, and post-MBA salary.
The full ranking and methodology can be viewed on The Economist’s website.
The Exeter MBA is available to study full-time over 12 months, at our triple accredited Business School. Focused on sustainability, responsible leadership, innovation and technology, students are equipped with the tools and skills to not only transform themselves, but also the world around them, for good.
For more information about The Exeter MBA, visit exeter.ac.uk/mba.
Date: 6 November 2019