Top best Business schools and universities in UK

If you are looking out for an overseas career or you have an interest in business but do not know what degree to pursue, we are here to help. In today’s time, pursuing International an MBA degree is the best option for a bright career.

For your convenience, we have mentioned a list of best colleges and best MBA degrees in around the UK given by The Financial Times 2020 and The Economist 2019.

Top best business management schools in the UK according to Global Financial Times 2020

The Financial Times gives rankings of business schools on different categories annually. Also, to give an idea of your future prospects, the list also consists of ‘average weighted salary’ against the name of the institution. Weighted salary refers to the average salary a student will be getting after (three years) finishing their MBA degree at the university.

  • London Business School – 125.670 GBP
  • University of Cambridge: Judge Business School – 119.150 GBP’
  • University of Oxford: Saïd Business School – 114.812 GBP
  • Warwick Business School – 85.737 GBP
  • University of Manchester: Alliance Manchester Business School – 94.315 GBP
  • City University of London: Cass Business School – 97.929 GBP
  • Imperial College Business School – 89.563 GBP
  • Durham University Business School – 80.950 GBP
  • The University of Edinburgh: Business School – 78.612 GBP
  • Cranfield University: Cranfield School of Management

Top best business universities in the UK according to the Economist 2019

Having a global influence on the insight of business happenings around the world, the Economist rankings show and set the direction of business studies, using student surveys to make the top 100 list.

The list is made while keeping in mind things like career opportunities, personal development, increasing salary, international contacts, and more.

  • University of Warwick: Warwick Business School
  • London Business School
  • University of Cambridge: Judge Business School
  • Durham University Business School
  • Cranfield School of Management
  • University of Oxford – Said Business School
  • University of Bath: School of Management
  • The University of Edinburgh: Business School
  • City University: Cass Business School
  • Leeds University: Business School

Some of them also offer online courses, so if you are a working entrepreneur looking to add your skills and education in the resume, you can pursue any of these.