Cranfield University School of Management • Cranfield, United Kingdom

Cranfield School of Management is one of the oldest business schools in Europe. It was established in 1967, although its MBA can be traced back to its roots in 1964. It offers an MBA Programme in Economics that is ranked number 1, making it one of the UK’s top business schools. Its Business Growth Programme is known to produce 19% post-programme growth for entrepreneurial owner-mangers. The school is proud to hold the triple accreditation of AACSB International, EQUIS, and AMBA. It was ranked 7th in the UK and 30th in Europe by the Financial Times European Business Schools Rankings in 2017. Cranfield School of Management offers a unique Master’s Apprenticeship in cooperation with Barclays, presenting bank employees to study towards an MSC in Business and Strategic Leadership. Cranfield School of Management is part of Cranfield University. Its its mission to connect technology and leadership, in order to educate tomorrow’s managers. The courses are innovative and due to its many international students, a multicultural environment. The school also works closely together with businesses in Europe and the world. Its globally renowned for its excellent programmes that lead to leadership development and offer real-world insights into the industries.

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