The Distance Learning MBA at the University of Bradford School of Management has jumped in the top 10 in the 2019 Financial Times online MBA world rankings.
The two year part-time Distance Learning MBA has been ranked the best value for money in the world, fourth in the world for career progress and 10th in the world overall, which is a rise of four places from its ranking in 2018.
The Financial Times also places the programme 3rd in the UK overall.
Professor Zahir Irani, Dean of the Faculty of Management, Law and Social Sciences said: “It is great news that once again our Distance Learning MBA ranks so highly and now features in the top 10, ranking 1st in the world for value for money for the third year running. Ensuring our alumni are successful in their careers after graduation is imperative for us, and we ensure our MBA provides the opportunity for students from across the world to study modern business issues.”
The Bradford online MBA was one of the first of its kind in the world when launched in 1998, and counts numerous highly successful business leaders amongst its alumni. The School of Management is one of a handful of business schools worldwide to hold the triple accreditations of Equis, AMBA and AACSB, often referred to as the "Triple Crown", and this excellence is reflected in the quality of its distance learning provision.
The University is recruiting now for April, July and October 2019 intakes. To find out more about the programme, sign up for one of the forthcoming MBA online events here.