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6th November 2023

Lancaster’s Executive Masters in Business Administration (EMBA) has risen the ranks in the Financial Times global rankings.

The new Financial Times EMBA rankings 2023,published today, reveal Lancaster University Management School’s (LUMS) EMBA is 9th amongst UK business schools and has risen 19 places to the position of 76th in the world.

LUMS’ EMBA is currently in the top 25 in the world for salary increases, with alumni reporting a 73 per cent increase in salary on average, three years after completing the programme, and also ranks 77th in the world and 9th amongst UK Business Schools for career progression, reflecting the changes in seniority of alumni and the size of the organisation they work for after completing their studies.

The Financial Times data is compiled from alumni who completed the Executive MBA and shows that LUMS scores highly in terms of student satisfaction, with alumni scoring the programme 9 out of 10.


DCU Business School Professors recognized

We are delighted to share the news that Prof Theo Lynn, Prof Michael Dowling, Prof Maura McAdam, Prof Shaen Corbett and Dr Jamid Ul Islam – from Dublin City University Business School – have been recognized among the Top 2% of Scientists around the world in the Stanford University Rankings 2023

The study ranks scientists across the world, based on a composite citation index from the Scopus database, on the impact that the work of each researcher has had on their peers, and is a testament to their exceptional contributions to global research.

NEOMA has risen to 25th place worldwide (+7) and 6th place in France (+1) in the prestigious “Masters in Management 2023” ranking of the Financial Times.

NEOMA’s Grande Ecole Program achieves good results on:

  • Internationalization of faculty (8th in the world)
  • Carbon footprint (new criterion, 8th in the world)
  • International mobility experiences during the course (9th in the world)
  • The strength of the alumni network (new criterion, 14th in the world)
  • Gender distribution among students, faculty and governance.

“This result is a great performance and kicks off the new academic year in a very positive way,” said Delphine Manceau

NEOMA ranked 8th in the ChangeNow and Les Echos Start Rankings

NEOMA Business School ranked 8th among business schools in the ChangeNOW and Les Echos START ranking, which evaluates the schools most committed to the ecological and societal transition. This ranking evaluates the following 6 axes:

  • The density of impact within the programmes (percentage of courses, chairs and research activities, dedicated seminars and Specialised Masters)
  • The alumni network in impact
  • The strategy and exemplarity of the establishment
  • Diversity and equal opportunities
  • Involvement of student associations
  • Academic excellence and employability

The School achieves good results on:

  • The proportion of courses that integrate environmental and social issues
  • The number of researchers working on ecological and social transition topics
  • The presence of graduates in the impact sector

“This result illustrates NEOMA’s ambition in favour of the ecological and societal transition and salutes the school’s many initiatives to meet these challenges,” says Delphine Manceau, CEO of NEOMA.

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