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The Exeter MBA is available to study full-time over 12 months at the triple-accredited University of Exeter Business School.

The Exeter MBA achieves UK top 5 in The Economist’s Which MBA? 2022 rankings

The University of Exeter Business School’s MBA programme has been named the UK’s 5th best full-time MBA in The Economist’s Which MBA? 2022 rankings.

The rankings, published today, list the top 100 full-time MBA programmes in the world, ranked using a combination of data provided by Business Schools and input from current and former MBA students.

The Exeter MBA was named 73rd best programme in the world, with the programme coming 46th for ‘new career opportunities’, and 47th for ‘personal development and educational experience’.

It also excelled in the category of ‘student quality’, coming 8th in the world.

Jackie Bagnall, Director of The Exeter MBA, said: “I am thrilled that our community of students, alumni and corporate partners hold The Exeter MBA in such high regard and to be the 5thbest MBA programme in the UK is testimony to the important themes within our programme.  

Our ongoing commitment to responsible management education is geared towards fairness in all areas of environmental sustainability and social justice, serving both business and society. We will strive to continue on this upward trajectory.”

The Economist’s Which MBA? 2022 ranking criteria includes post-MBA salary, networking potential, student rating of the programme quality as well as the diversity of students, faculty and recruiters.

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 the triple-accredited University of Exeter Business School.

Focused on sustainability, responsible leadership and technological innovation, the programme aims to develop leaders for a better world.

For more information about The Exeter MBA, visit exeter.ac.uk/mba.

Date: 22 June 2022

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