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Aston Business School tops table for business


Aston Business School was today ranked the best in the UK for getting postgraduates into good jobs.

The Birmingham-based institution topped the table for Careers rank in the Financial Times Masters in Management programmes.

Careers rank measures the career status of alumni three years after graduation, taking into account their progression, seniority and the size of the company in which they are employed.

The School was ranked second in the UK and thirteenth in Europe in the Financial Times League Table.

The global reputation of Aston Business Schools MSc in International Business helped it to attract a high percentage of overseas students.

There were 99 students enrolled on the course in the last academic year.

Professor Michael West, Executive Dean of Aston Business School said: ‘Aston Business School is constantly striving to improve the courses it offers students, as well as the positive experience they have while learning in Birmingham.

‘We are very proud to be placed second overall in the UK and especially pleased to top the table for our careers rank. Our success was the result of hard work by students and staff.’

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