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The University of Edinburgh Business School, part of the University of Edinburgh, enjoys a long tradition of teaching and research. The School offers undergraduate, postgraduate and executive education programmes in accounting and finance, entrepreneurship and innovation, management science & business economics, marketing, organisational studies and strategy & international business. All of this is housed in a state-of-the-art building featuring lecture theatres, multiple syndicate rooms, an executive education suite, a café and significant space for students and staff.
The School offers triple accreditations from AMBA, AACSB and EQUIS and the international student body represents almost 100 countries from around the world, encouraging ideas from all cultures and backgrounds.
The Edinburgh MBA prepares managers to deliver the strategic leadership needed in an increasingly competitive, volatile, uncertain and complex business world. Two 12-month programmes, one featuring a study abroad component, and a 27-month Executive MBA are offered.
The Edinburgh MBA is also ranked 95th in the world in the 2020 Financial Times' Top 100 MBA programmes.
The University of Edinburgh runs an accommodation advice service at the start of each academic year to help students if they wish to find private accommodation.
Edinburgh is the capital of Scotland, and listed as a world heritage site. It is considered one of the greenest and most architecturally beautiful cities in Europe and its beauty and reputation for science since the 18th Century has earned it the nickname ‘the Athens of the North’. Since 2001, Edinburgh has consistently been voted ‘Favourite UK City’ by Observer, Conde Naste (2010 Award Winner for Best City) and Guardian readers.
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