Lancaster Executive MBAs ranked in UK top ten
30 July 2013
30 July 2013
The Lancaster Global Executive MBA and Executive MBA programmes have been ranked in the UK top ten, and 54th in the world, in The Economist’s inaugural Which MBA? Executive MBA ranking.
Director of MBA Programmes Dr Jonathan Matheny welcomed the result, saying it marked an important step in recognising the value of Lancaster’s two executive-mode MBAs – in terms of programme quality and the success of graduates.
"The Lancaster MBA has enjoyed years of impressive global rankings for our Full-time MBA programme, but this new ranking for our executive-mode MBAs demonstrates that all of Lancaster’s MBA programmes are among the best in the world."
He stressed that this was yet another spur to the continued programme enhancement:
"We are already seeking to add further value by increasing the careers support we can offer to students and alumni from our executive MBA programmes. We have recently extended our MBA careers team, and we will be continuing to invest in this activity in the future. We have also created more business contacts for our students and alumni with a myriad of events in the UK, Singapore, Jordan, and elsewhere around the world.
"We are confident that all such initiatives, combined with our firm commitment to programme innovation and quality, will help to ensure that we continue to provide a truly world-class study and career experience for all on the Lancaster MBA — and this will be reflected in even better rankings in the future."
For further details see the 2013 Which MBA? Ranking of Executive MBA programmes
Further information on the School's two executive-mode MBA programmes: