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Full Time MBA at Cass Business School, City University London jumps nine places in Financial Times ranking

Cass Business School’s MBA programme is now ranked 32nd in the world.
by Amanda Chick

Cass Business School, which is part of City University London, announces today that it has risen nine places in the prestigious Financial Times Full Time Global MBA 2011 ranking and is now ranked 32nd in the world.

As a result, the School’s Full Time MBA programme is ranked 11th in Europe and fifth in the UK. Among Business Schools offering a one year full time MBA programme, Cass is ranked eleventh in the world, eighth in Europe and third in the UK. This ranking recognises the strength of Cass’s academic staff, its international outlook and the success of its graduates.

“I am delighted with Cass’s position in this global ranking which further confirms the position of City University’s Cass Business School among the leading Business Schools of the world. This substantial rise is a result the commitment to academic excellence both at Cass and within the wider University.”

Professor Paul Curran, Vice-Chancellor, City University London

“The insights I gained during my MBA inspired me to develop a new business idea which I have been able to implement at my sponsoring company. I now head up the Investment Transaction Advisory business at Mott MacDonald, providing commercial due diligence and consulting services to private equity and infrastructure funds. The Cass MBA provided me with the environment to generate the idea, the knowledge to deliver the service and the credibility to build the business.” 

Chris McMonagle, Cass alumnus

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