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Manchester MBA ranked 4th in the UK by Financial Times 2021

日期:2021-02-09 浏览:293作者:曼彻斯特大学中国中心

The Financial Times has today ranked Alliance Manchester Business School (AMBS) 4th in the UK, 10th in Europe and 30th in the world in its annual ranking of the world’s best MBAs.


According to FT Global MBA Ranking 2021, Manchester Global MBA programme has an outstanding performance in terms of alumni career progress. Compared to last year, we have an increase of 3002 US Dollars in annual salary and we are ranked 20 places higher in career progress, now sits at 11 globally; 88% of the alumni think Manchester Global MBA has fulfilled their stated goals or reasons for doing an MBA.

Moreover, 95% of the faculty in Alliance Manchester Business School has a PhD.

An expected of 101% salary increase within 3 years after graduating from Manchester MBA programmes.

--- Financial Times Global MBA Ranking 2021

AMBS has established six international centers across the world, respectively located at Manchester, Dubai, Shanghai, Singapore, São Paulo and Hong Kong. Students who join the Manchester Global MBA programme can choose to attend elective course at overseas centres for the second year of their studies, to gain more global experience and precious international friendships. Manchester Global MBA has benefited working professionals from 90 countries around the world and built up a massive global network for the alumni.AMBS has established six international centers across the world, respectively located at Manchester, Dubai, Shanghai, Singapore, São Paulo and Hong Kong. Students who join the Manchester Global MBA programme can choose to attend elective course at overseas centres for the second year of their studies, to gain more global experience and precious international friendships. Manchester Global MBA has benefited working professionals from 90 countries around the world and built up a massive global network for the alumni.

Manchester Global MBA programme is a blended learning course which could break through the country boundaries. We highly recognise the importance of team works and real-world practices, therefore we provide our students sufficient chances to be involved in simulation projects as a group.



Professor Fiona Devine CBE FAcSS FRSA

Head of Alliance Manchester Business School

As I highlight each year, the rankings are just one measure of the quality of our MBA. Nonetheless, I am proud that we have performed well this year, which is largely down to the successes of our students and alumni and the hard work and commitment of our teaching, careers and support teams, who ensure Manchester MBAs are amongst the best in the world.