European Business School Rankings 2020 released by Financial Times

21 December 2020

The 2020 European Business School Rankings from the Financial Times have been released with 19 UK business schools featuring in the top 90.

London Business School again placed top of all UK schools, finishing second overall. LBS’s strong performance reflects the consistently high standard of the School’s educational offering across its programmes and courses. François Ortalo-Magné, Dean of LBS, said: “Our degree students and Executive Education participants are given access to a transformational learning experience when they come to LBS. They gain so much from our world-class faculty and the diversity of their peers and our alumni.”

Other UK business schools in the ranking included the University of OxfordUniversity of CambridgeWarwick Business SchoolImperial Business School and City Business School.

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Universities featured in this article:

  • London Business School
  • Oxford Saïd Business School
  • Cambridge Judge Business School
  • Warwick Business School
  • Imperial College Business School
  • The Business School
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