One of the world’s premier university ranking bodies, QS, has this month ranked Alliance Manchester Business School’s Accounting and Finance programmes as 19th in the world.
The School’s Business and Management Studies programmes were also included, ranking 30th in the world.
The QS World University Rankings by Subject 2017 measures the best university courses internationally.
To compile the rankings, QS ranked 1,117 institutions and verified the provision of over 18,900 programmes. The ranking is based on an academic survey; a graduate employer survey; research citations and a measure of the productivity and impact of our scholars’ published work.
The University of Manchester features in every one of the five subject areas. Manchester’s subjects appear in the world’s elite in all of the five groupings: arts & humanities, engineering & technology, life sciences & medicine, natural sciences and social sciences & management.
Overall, the University of Manchester is ranked 29th in the world – a record high position.
The full subject rankings can be viewed on the QS website.