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Aston Business School rated among Europe's top 30

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16 December 2011

Aston Business School has been rated in the top 30 in the latest European Business Schools rankings.

The QS Global 200 Business Schools Report places Aston Business School at 27th in Europe, a seven place improvement on last year. Compiled using the opinions of MBA employers and recruiters’ views, the report and its research covers a geographically diverse range of schools across the world. This includes 67 schools in Europe, 82 schools in North America, 36 schools in the Asia-Pacific regions, 10 schools in South America and five schools in Africa and the Middle East.

Professor John Edwards, Executive Dean of ABS said: “This latest ranking is further proof of the high esteem in which Aston Business School is held worldwide, and we greatly value the opinions of MBA employers and recruiters. The Aston MBA is specifically designed for individuals who have already made their mark in business and want to increase their influence and impact on the international stage. We want to help build, develop and hone leadership skills that shape the most enterprising and innovative global managers of the future.”

It is another world-class rankings success for Aston Business School. Its flagship full-time MBA programme was ranked 77th in the top 100 MBAs in the world and 13th in the UK in the latest The Economist Which MBA 2011 league table.

Aston Business School is among 1 per cent of business schools worldwide which has triple accreditation from the Association of MBAs (AMBA), Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) and EQUIS (European Quality Improvement System).

The Aston MBA programme can be studied on a full or part time basis, with a fully distance learning mode of study available from January 2012 and an Executive MBA to be launched later in the year.

For further information contact Alex Earnshaw, Aston University Communications on 0121 204 4549 or email a.earnshaw@aston.ac.uk 

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