London Business School (LBS) has had its status as a leading European business school confirmed by the Financial Times (FT)’s annual ranking of European graduate business schools. The 2023 ranking sees LBS cement its #2 ranking from 2022, continuing the School’s impressive record of holding a top three position since the ranking first began in 2004.
The FT’s European Business School Rankings draw upon a range of criteria, including the scores and rank awarded to each business school by the FT for their respective MBA, Executive MBA, Masters in Management and Executive Education programmes. Each individual programme ranking is informed by alumni, participant and client feedback on their LBS experience.
As well as confirming LBS as the #1 business school in the UK, the latest ranking shows that there has been a salary increase across all programmes.
Commenting on the latest rankings, Julian Birkinshaw, Vice Dean at LBS said:
“Commitment to excellence lies at the heart of our programme portfolio and it is wonderful to see this recognised by our alumni and Executive Education participants. More than 53,000 alumni have trusted LBS to drive forward their career ambitions and the salary increase across all programmes is particularly noteworthy considering the current challenging economic circumstances. We are proud of the skills and knowledge that our students and participants bring to businesses across the globe and thrilled that the world-renowned teaching of our faculty continues to be recognised in this way.”