Kingston Business School MBA

Kingston Business School is part of Kingston University (UK) - one of the top new universities in London. It is one of the largest business schools in the UK, offering a range of undergraduate and postgraduate business courses across several disciplines including human resources, marketing, finance and general management.

The Business School is made up of the following departments: Accounting & Finance, Informatics & Operations Management, Leadership HRM & Organisation, and Strategy Marketing & Entrepreneurship.

Kingston MBA is accredited by The Association of MBAs (AMBA). It is the first business school globally to receive triple AMBA accreditation for its DBA, MBA and pre-experience MA in Business Management. In addition the EFMD awarded EPAS accreditation for the School's programmes such as MA Business Management, MA International Business Management, MA International Supply Chain and Logistics Management for Postgraduate, and BA Business Management, BA International Business, and BBA Business Administration for Undergrduate. The Chartered Management Institute offers successful Kingston MBA graduates full professional membership of the Institute and the award of Member (MCMI).

It was the first British business school to establish a base in Russia. The MBA is offered in Moscow, Greece, Cyprus, and Mumbai. Students are connected through international study weeks as well as Kingston Global online system. The School also offers a number of bursaries for its MBA students.


- The MBA course in Moscow has been named as the best in Russia, ranked 1st among 30 Russian business schools in a survey of recent graduates conducted by business journal ‘Company Secrets’.

- The Higher Education Funding Council of England awarded the School a quality rating for 'Excellence in teaching'.

- In the RAE 2008, 90% of its submissions were assessed as 'recognised internationally. Of this 10% was classified as 'world leading' and 35% as internationally excellent.

- Kingston University is placed among the Top 10 Modern Universities in the UK (Sunday Times 2006).