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MBA programme among world’s top 100

aston business school

9 October 2012

Aston Business School’s full-time MBA programme has secured a position in the world’s top 100 business schools.

The Economist ‘Which MBA?’ 2012 ranking places Aston’s flagship MBA programme at number 88 in the world.  

In the UK, Aston’s MBA is 14th overall, and is rated strongly by its students in the key areas of careers service, graduate employability and careers progression.

Aston’s MBA (Master’s in Business Administration) is placed at;

  • 2 nd in the UK for ‘student assessment of its careers service’
  • 4 th in the UK for ‘opening new career opportunities’
  • 4 th in the UK for ‘jobs found through the careers service

 

Dr Brigitte Nicoulaud, Director of Aston’s MBA Programme, said: ‘We are delighted our flagship MBA is consolidated in the World’s Top 100, and is among the leading group of MBA programmes in the UK. Innovation, leadership and strategy are key strengths of the Aston MBA – vital tools in a tough economic climate and jobs market. The MBA is a challenging but ultimately rewarding programme that demonstrably improves career prospects and provides a competitive edge. The positive response and feedback from our students regarding career opportunities really emphasises how our graduates reap the benefits of a full programme of business leadership and strong careers support.”

The Aston MBA is an intensive one-year programme that immerses students into the principles of strategic thinking in a business context. The course is designed to develop leadership and management skills to enhance your ability to lead and inspire.

Full-time MBA students become part of a diverse community of global business
professionals who learn collaboratively, sharing their considerable work experience
and diverse international perspectives to enrich the learning experience.

Visit the Economist website for further details on the ‘Which MBA?’ rankings

For further media information please contact Alex Earnshaw, Aston University Communications on 0121 204 4549 

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