The ranking is designed to measure the quality and breadth of Business School programmes
University of Exeter Business School claims 72nd spot in Financial Times ‘ranking of rankings’
The University of Exeter Business School has come 72nd in an influential Financial Times rankings of the best European business schools.
The performance in the FT’s 2021 Best European Business Schools ranking was the 18th best by a UK-based business school and represents a steady improvement on previous years.
The FT’s European Business Schools ranking is a ‘ranking of rankings’ compiled every year and is based on the combined performance of Business Schools across a range of other FT rankings.
As an overall measure the ranking is designed to measure the quality and breadth of Business School programmes.
The University of Exeter Business School’s ranking of 72nd comes after strong showings in FT Masters in Management and MBA rankings earlier in the year, in which it came 78th and 41st in Europe respectively.
Professor Alexandra Gerbasi, Acting Pro Vice-Chancellor of the University of Exeter Business School, said: “We are delighted to have claimed a coveted spot in these Financial Times rankings.
"It is recognition of the success we have had with bringing together some of the most respected business educators from around the world and creating an environment that combines historical and intellectual heritage with modern facilities.”
Date: 7 December 2021