London Business School (LBS) is ranked in the top two of the Financial Times’ (FT) 2022 ranking of European graduate business schools, continuing its impressive record in the ranking. LBS has maintained a top three position since the ranking first began in 2004.
The School’s Masters in Finance (MiF) post-experience programme continues to be the world’s best, as ranked by the FT’s Masters in Finance ranking earlier in the year. The programme scored highly for overall satisfaction – 9.53 points out of 10 – and ranks highly in the ‘aims achieved’ category, with 88% of LBS’ MiF graduates reporting that they have achieved their goals. The School’s Executive MBA (EMBA) programme enjoys an overall satisfaction score of 9.28.
The School’s Executive Education programmes are ranked fifth globally in the FT’s combined 2022 Executive Education ranking.
François Ortalo-Magné, Dean, LBS says:
“It is wonderful to see the impact our degree students and Executive Education participants are having in business and the wider world, despite two years of pandemic and the current economic climate.
“This result reflects our commitment to excellence and to a transformative learning experience that fuels ambition.”
The FT’s European Business Schools ranking draws on 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.