GIBS continues to make excellent progress up the global rankings of MBAs compiled by London’s Financial Times

GIBS continues to make excellent progress up the global rankings of MBAs compiled by London’s Financial Times, gaining 20 places to occupy 67th position.

“We are delighted,” says GIBS Dean, Professor Nicola Kleyn, noting that “the focus in our MBA programme on business in its broader social context – including CSR and business ethics – was measured for the first time this year. GIBS scored extremely well, resulting in us being ranked 7th in the world in this category.”

GIBS also scored highly in terms of the quality of its international faculty, ranking 15th in this sector, with similarly high ratings for both its female and international students.

“My sincere congratulations to everyone involved in the MBA, especially our alumni, Academic Programmes teams, the Research Office and, of course, our faculty,” said Kleyn.

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