Best Schools In UK

wizkid

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The schools listed below are those offering MBAs (as well as other post-grad business qualifications) in the UK. Those marked in bold are rated by us as being among the best schools in the UK. There are a more schools listed here than in the MBA ranking tables, anecdotal reports outside of the research have prompted us to include them in this summary. Schools not ranked have fallen into this category due to a number of reasons: lack of recognition in the audiences surveyed, negative comments on the quality of the courses provided or comments indicating they were ranked below the schools which are more highly rated.

University of Aberdeen
Anglia Business School
Ashridge
Aston Business School
University of Bath
Birmingham Business School, University of Birmingham
Bolton Business School
Bournemouth University Business School
Bradford Management Centre
University of Brighton Business School
Bristol Business School (University of the West of England, UWE)
University of Bristol
Brunel Business School
Buckinghamshire Business School
Caledonian Business School
Cambridge University (Judge Institute)
Canterbury Business School (University of Kent)
Cardiff Business School
University of Central England Business School
City University
Coventry Business School
Cranfield
De Montfort University
University of Derby
Dundee Business School (University of Abertay)
Dundee University
Durham University
University of East Anglia
University of East London
Edinburgh Business School (Heriot-Watt University)
University of Edinburgh
University of Exeter
University of Glamorgan
University of Glasgow
Greenwich University
Henley Management College
University of Hertfordshire
Huddersfield University
University of Hull
Imperial College (University of London)
Keele University
Kingston University
Lancashire Business School (University of Central Lancashire)
Lancaster University
Leeds Business School (Leeds Metropolitan University)
Leeds University
Leicester University
University of Lincolnshire and Humberside
Liverpool Business School (John Moores University)
LIPAM, Liverpool University
London Business School (LBS)
London Guildhall University
Loughborough University
University of Luton
Manchester Business School
Manchester Metropolitan University
Middlesex University
Napier Business School
Newcastle Business School (University of Northumbria)
University of Newcastle
University of North London
Nottingham Business School (Nottingham Trent University)
University of Nottingham
Open University
Oxford Brookes University
Oxford University
University of Paisley
University of Plymouth
University of Portsmouth
University of Reading
Robert Gordon University
Roffey Park Management Institute (validated by Sussex University)
Royal Holloway (University of London)
Salford University
SEMS, University of Surrey
Sheffield Business School, Sheffield Hallam University
Sheffield University
University of Southampton
South Bank University
Staffordshire University
University of Stirling
Strathclyde University
Sunderland University
Swansea Business School (validated by University of Wales)
University of Teeside
Thames Valley University
Ulster Business School (University of Ulster)
University of Wales, Aberystwyth
University of Wales (at Bangor in association with Manchester Business School)
Warwick University
Westminster University
University of Wolverhampton
 

shweta_86

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this is a very exhaustive list u've given.. u have mentioned all the universities which are in UK.... could u plz rate them or mark the best ones.......
 

sumitv2

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cmon this are all the possible b schools in the uk......do u have the list rank wise.....coz i know for sure that cardiff b school doesnt come above southampton.....thanx
 

CharliePrice

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Great list! Just to highlight something I've noticed about Bath MBA is that Bath has a very high level of MBA graduate employment. I've been following the school on MBA news and networking site BusinessBecause and the last three articles have been of students who were either headhunted or talked their way into companies creating jobs that didn't exist for them. Very fascinating! You can have a read here yourself on the site!
 
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