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Bradford in Financial Times Global 100


The Bradford Executive MBA has been recognised in the World Top 100 in the prestigious Financial Times rankings, placing it in the Top 10 of UK business schools.

Bradford is the only business school from the North of England listed in the rankings.

"We are delighted to receive this recognition," said David Spicer, Interim Dean. "The Executive MBA has been thoroughly revamped in recent years and it is pleasing to see these changes being recognised in the rankings."

Programme Director Craig Johnson commented: “This excellent result is a reflection of the quality of participants we attract onto the Executive MBA and the passion of colleagues who work tirelessly to advance the Bradford MBA.”

The Bradford Executive MBA is designed to develop the strategic leadership qualities of participants. The two-year, part-time programme is highly flexible to fit around the careers of busy working managers and professionals. Modular in structure, the programme provides the strategic, financial and people skills needed to perform effectively at a senior level.

The University of Bradford School of Management is a leading international business school in the top 1% globally, one of an elite group of 73 of the world’s business schools that hold the Triple Crown of accreditations (EQUIS, AMBA, AACSB).

For more information on the Executive MBA, please visit the website or contact Paula Ellis on 01274 236518

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