UK Business Schools

Business schools in the UK are consistently ranked among the best in the world. According to the Financial Times Global MBA Rankings 2011, London Business School is ranked No. 1 in the world (tied with Wharton) and ahead of Harvard Business School. Other top ranked UK business schools are University of Cambridge: Judge Business School, University of Oxford: Saïd Business School, Manchester Business School, among others.

Following are some of the of top b-schools in the UK:

University of Edinburgh Business School - Ranked 11th in the UK, 22nd in Europe and 55th in the world (Economist Intelligence Unit's 2009 Full Time MBA Ranking).

London Business School - Rated 5th in BusinessWeek's ranking of International MBA programmes (2008).

Ashridge Business School - Ranked 5th in the UK for its open executive education programmes and 42nd in the world (FT Executive Education 2009).

University of Bath School of Management - Rated 1st for Accounting and Finance and 4th for Business Studies (Times Good University Guide 2010).

Birmingham Business School - The School is accredited by EQUIS and AMBA. The MSc Marketing is recognised by the Chartered Institute of Marketing.

Manchester Metropolitan University Business School - Both the Full-time and Part-time MBA programs are accredited by the Association of MBAs.

Kent Business School - Rated 3rd in the UK for Student Satisfaction in Accounting and Finance (National Student Survey 2008).

Newcastle University Business School - It has been accredited by the Association of MBA's (AMBA) since 1988.

Hull University Business School - The School is rated 22nd for the quality and volume of business and management research in the RAE 2008.