Top MBA Schools in UK

Following are some of the top MBA schools in UK, offering best accredited MBA programs that are highly ranked in international league tables:

Lancaster University Management School
- The MSc in Management has been placed within the top 20 in Europe and 4th in the UK according to the FT ranking of Masters in Management programmes.
- The PhD program is ranked in the top 5 globally and 2nd in the UK in the 'FT Doctoral Rating'.
- Lancaster has been ranked first out of 21 university cities for safety, according to a survey in a national newspaper.

University of Bath School of Management
- Consistently ranked among the top UK business schools by The Times, The Financial Times and The Guardian.
- Ranked 5th in the UK with 70% of faculty research rated as internationally excellent or world-leading in the RAE 2008.
- 23rd in Europe and 66th in the world in the Economist Intelligence Unit’s Which MBA? global ranking of full-time MBA programmes 2009.

Birmingham Business School
- It is the country's first Business School, established in 1902.
- 67th among the world's top 100 MBA schools (EIU 2008).
- The MBA is taught in Singapore, Mauritius and Hong Kong, as well as Birmingham.
- The full and part-time PhD Business programmes have ESRC accreditation.

Ashridge Business School
- Rated 1st in the UK for its customised executive education programmes (FT 2009).
- Expansion, Mexico’s leading business magazine, ranked the Ashridge MBA 6th in the UK, 11th in Europe and 35th globally (May 2008).
- It was the first organisation in the UK to be accredited by Food for the Brain.

Manchester Business School
- It is the largest campus-based business and management school in the UK.
- The School is accredited by AMBA, EQUIS and AACSB International.
- The accounting and finance research is ranked no 1 in the world by the Accounting and Finance journal.
- Its teaching is ranked in the highest category by the UK government funding body (HEFCE).
- No. 1 in the world for its doctoral program (PhD and DBA) by the Financial Times (2008).
- Rated No. 2 in the UK and top 15 in the world by MBA Career Guide Survey.

Oxford Said Business School
- Top 10 among non-US MBA schools in the Business Week MBA rankings 2008.
- The full time MBA is placed 7th in Britain, 18th in Europe and 47th internationally (EIU 2009).
- The University of Oxford is one of the world's top 5 universities (THE-QS 2009), ahead of Princeton, MIT and Caltech.
- Rated first of all UK universities for undergraduate business in the university league table published by The Guardian (May 2008).

Cranfield School of Management
- Top 3 in the UK and Top 20 globally (EIU MBA Rankings 2009).
- No. 3 in the UK and Top 3 in the world for its accelerated MBA programme (Wall Street Journal, 2009)
- Top 3 in the country according to the QS Global 200 Business Schools 2009: The Employers' Choice.
- 3rd in the UK and Top 10 in Europe according to the FT combined poll (January 2007) - aggregated positions in the 2006 Financial Times, Business Week, Wall St Journal, Economist Intelligence Unit and Forbes rankings.

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