Saïd Business School has risen 11 places in BusinessWeek’s International full time MBA ranking 2012 and is now ranked number five outside the US.
The ranking measures student satisfaction, research output and likelihood of employment following an MBA programme among other factors. The Oxford MBA ranked in the top 10 for these three factors and excelled in a number of key areas. According to the BusinessWeek study, Saïd Business School scored A marks in teaching quality, critical thinking and calibre of classmates.
Results from the latest ranking showed that the School performed better in the corporate ranking compared to two years ago, highlighting the continuous enhancement in our careers service.
Commenting on the School’s success, Dean Peter Tufano, said: “This result illustrates the high regard which both recruiters and students have for the School. Our continuous improvement of the MBA programme confirms our firm establishment as a world-class business school community”.
Derek Walker, Director of Careers at the School also commented, “ It is pleasing to see the School’s reputation improving over the years, especially amongst recruiters, where our continuous efforts for improvement are being rewarded.
For more information on the rankings, please see the BusinessWeek website >