• The London Business School has held its position in the top 10 business
schools in the world for offering an MBA.
It held eighth place in the Financial Times annual ranking – the same
position as last year. It is the only UK college in the top 20. The next
British institution, Cranfield School of Management, moved up five places to
35, while the Edinburgh University Management School was at 37th.
The grading is based on concrete measures such as salary increase after
graduation and languages taught, and other measures such as an assessment of
the quality of research carried out and whether individuals achieved their goals.