European Business School Rankings 2011


Sparks
Forgive me if this is old news, but I thought the FT's ranking of European business schools was interesting. E.g. Ashridge is ahead of Henley; both are ahead of Manchester.

http://rankings.ft.com/businessschoolrankings/european-business-school-rankings-2011

It's a shame the ranking doesn't take any account of distance and blended learning programmes. Though good to see Masters programmes included.
Forgive me if this is old news, but I thought the FT's ranking of European business schools was interesting. E.g. Ashridge is ahead of Henley; both are ahead of Manchester.

http://rankings.ft.com/businessschoolrankings/european-business-school-rankings-2011

It's a shame the ranking doesn't take any account of distance and blended learning programmes. Though good to see Masters programmes included.
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cammy
It's fresh news. I was surprised and pleased to see Strathclyde so high up. I have a Masters in Business I.T. Systems and have just embarked on the EMBA at Manchester.

I wonder why the Manchester EMBA was not assessed.
It's fresh news. I was surprised and pleased to see Strathclyde so high up. I have a Masters in Business I.T. Systems and have just embarked on the EMBA at Manchester.

I wonder why the Manchester EMBA was not assessed.
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maubia
already discussed here
http://www.find-mba.com/board/22454

by the way ... does Manchester have an EMBA?
already discussed here
http://www.find-mba.com/board/22454

by the way ... does Manchester have an EMBA?
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Duncan
Manchester doesn't have an EMBA. It runs a Global MBA, which is not eligible for the FT's EMBA ranking because it is not a cohort programme.
Manchester doesn't have an EMBA. It runs a Global MBA, which is not eligible for the FT's EMBA ranking because it is not a cohort programme.
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cammy
Manchester doesn't have an EMBA. It runs a Global MBA, which is not eligible for the FT's EMBA ranking because it is not a cohort programme.

I was in the Cohort One during the first week of my Global MBA.
<blockquote>Manchester doesn't have an EMBA. It runs a Global MBA, which is not eligible for the FT's EMBA ranking because it is not a cohort programme.</blockquote>
I was in the Cohort One during the first week of my Global MBA.
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Duncan
Is that the two-year programme? My friend is on the three year MBA MBA and she certainly has different people at each meeting.
Is that the two-year programme? My friend is on the three year MBA MBA and she certainly has different people at each meeting.
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cammy
Is that the two-year programme? My friend is on the three year MBA MBA and she certainly has different people at each meeting.

HeLlo Duncan

It is the three year one but this month was the first event. They had so many in the UK that they split it into two cohorts.

I guess people will move around once we get the chance to do the classes abroad.
<blockquote>Is that the two-year programme? My friend is on the three year MBA MBA and she certainly has different people at each meeting.</blockquote>
HeLlo Duncan

It is the three year one but this month was the first event. They had so many in the UK that they split it into two cohorts.

I guess people will move around once we get the chance to do the classes abroad.
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Duncan
Is that two groups, or two cohorts? A cohort moves in lock-step through the degree, and the FT ranks only cohort programmes in the EMBA ranking.
Is that two groups, or two cohorts? A cohort moves in lock-step through the degree, and the FT ranks only cohort programmes in the EMBA ranking.
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maubia
Hi cammy... how are you finding this experience? Are you experience some kind of team-working with your class?
Hi cammy... how are you finding this experience? Are you experience some kind of team-working with your class?
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cammy
Hi cammy... how are you finding this experience? Are you experience some kind of team-working with your class?


It was perhaps only the name applied by MBS. FT.COM should get their act together with the rankings and start measuring other types of MBA.
<blockquote>Hi cammy... how are you finding this experience? Are you experience some kind of team-working with your class?</blockquote>

It was perhaps only the name applied by MBS. FT.COM should get their act together with the rankings and start measuring other types of MBA.
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cammy
Hi cammy... how are you finding this experience? Are you experience some kind of team-working with your class?


We have only completed one class -Global Events and Leadership. I can't say I learned much that I did not already know but there was an element of fun involved. Yes there Was teamwork. It was certainly difficult to harness the talents of the non-English speakers. I observed in the group presentations that every non-English female fulfilled the role of PowerPoint slide controller rather than presenting. I wonder if the examiners noticed this.
<blockquote>Hi cammy... how are you finding this experience? Are you experience some kind of team-working with your class?</blockquote>

We have only completed one class -Global Events and Leadership. I can't say I learned much that I did not already know but there was an element of fun involved. Yes there Was teamwork. It was certainly difficult to harness the talents of the non-English speakers. I observed in the group presentations that every non-English female fulfilled the role of PowerPoint slide controller rather than presenting. I wonder if the examiners noticed this.
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maubia
Thank you Cammy... well, Manchester is not very demanding in term of TOEFL (I remember that they ask 90 for the full time MBA .. which is way lower than usual 100, or even 105 asked by Warwick and I think SAID) so they probably expect such problems.
Thank you Cammy... well, Manchester is not very demanding in term of TOEFL (I remember that they ask 90 for the full time MBA .. which is way lower than usual 100, or even 105 asked by Warwick and I think SAID) so they probably expect such problems.
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maubia
Some weeks ago I exchanged some emails with the adcom and it seems that Manchester will propose an emba starting from next year. So far, they don't give any details, but actually this is the way they will replace the accellerated path supressed this year.
Some weeks ago I exchanged some emails with the adcom and it seems that Manchester will propose an emba starting from next year. So far, they don't give any details, but actually this is the way they will replace the accellerated path supressed this year.
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