London Business School (LBS) remains second place in the Financial Times’s (FT) 2021 ranking of European graduate business schools.
The result sees LBS continue its impressive record in the ranking. Since the ranking’s inception in 2004, LBS has maintained its position in the top three European schools.
The FT’s European Business Schools ranking draws 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.
Dean of LBS François Ortalo-Magné said the result reflected the ongoing commitment to excellence at the heart of the School’s programme portfolio.
“Our students and participants enjoy a life-changing learning experience that acts as a catalyst throughout their careers,” he said.
“The coronavirus pandemic has not changed that. In fact, it has accelerated our digital transformation and offered new opportunities for innovation and experimentation across all our programmes and the many ways we support our alumni.
“We have developed stronger relationships with our alumni and corporate partners over the past 21 months, anticipating and listening to their needs, and delivering programmes that enabled them to transform, grow and achieve their goals.
“And we are delighted to have welcomed our Degree Education students back to our campuses this academic year. Our Classroom First model embraces the dynamic opportunities London and Dubai offer, and allows our students to draw daily inspiration from our diverse, global community.
“We are proud they trust our School to fuel their ambitions.”