Financial Times European Business School Ranking


Alliance Manchester Business School has been ranked 39th in this year’s Financial Times’ European Business School Ranking , retaining its position from 2016 and ranking 10th in the UK.

The ranking highlights the quality and breadth of programmes from business schools across the top 90 European business schools.

Professor Fiona Devine, Head of Alliance Manchester Business School, said: “We are committed to driving forward our impactful research agenda and we recently established one of the world’s first business and human rights networks at a business school, backed by the Lord Alliance Foundation.  When we opened our doors in 1965 we were renowned for innovation in business and management education. Much has changed in the world since then. However, our core aims of generating the highest quality research to inspire the business leaders and managers of the future through our teaching remains the same.”

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