Aston University placed in the Top 100 World Rankings 2019 for Business and Management Studies

1 March 2019

QS World University Subject Rankings 2019 placed Aston University in the world’s top 100 Universities for Business and Management Studies. The university has been ranked 11th in the world for the number of citations in the area of business and management across both undergraduate and postgraduate levels of study. In 2016 Aston University was awarded a five star rating by QS for excellence in teaching, employability, innovation, facilities, inclusiveness, and internationalisation.

The ranking is calculated using a combination of measurements of academic and employer reputation by QS, the global university rankings authority for careers and education. The evaluation is based upon the thorough analysis of more than 22 million papers and produced close to 200 million citations. Over 42,000 global employer votes and 83,000 academic opinions over the last five years contributed to the data report.

Aston Business School programmes accredited by AACSB, EQUIS and AMBA are designed to provide students with the theoretical knowledge and practical experience required to succeed in management, consultancy and entrepreneurship.

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