MBA Programme at Queen’s University Belfast ranked

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12 January 2024: The Queen’s MBA, provided by Queen’s Business School in Belfast, has secured a noteworthy world place, sharing the thirty fourth spot with Henley Business School. This accomplishment locations it amongst an elite group, amongst 12 UK universities incomes a spot on this prestigious rating. To determine the rating, Corporate Knights appeared at 209 enterprise colleges throughout 13 nations. They used knowledge from sources like the most recent Financial Times checklist of the high 100 world MBA applications, specializing in the theme of social function. 

Speaking in regards to the accolade, Professor M.N. Ravishankar, Dean and Head of Queen’s Business School mentioned: “I’m delighted that the Queen’s MBA has been recognised by Corporate Knights as among the best within the world. This is a testomony to the work of our educational workers and programme group.   

“Aligning with the University’s Strategy 2030, the Queen’s MBA programme has sustainability, digital expertise and social innovation at its core, equipping our college students with the very important abilities wanted to tackle world challenges and lead for the longer term.” 

Toby Heaps, CEO at Corporate Knights commented: “As the world modifications shortly, companies are hungrier than ever for brand new graduates schooled in systems-based holistic pondering, outfitted to handle not simply the financial, however the essential social and environmental capabilities, which at the moment are of existential relevance to any firm.   

“The Better World MBA rating helps to shine a light-weight on colleges which might be doing the very best job getting ready tomorrow’s enterprise leaders to grab the immense alternatives introduced by a quickly rising low-carbon sustainable financial system.”  

Queen’s Business School holds worldwide accreditations from EQUIS and the Association of MBAs (AMBA), it has additionally been awarded the Small Business Charter, the Athena Swan Charter and performs a number one position as a Champion of the Principles for Responsible Management Education (PRME).

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