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Business and Economics cements place in top 100 rankings

5 October 2017

Business and Economics THE rankings graphic

Cardiff Business School has ranked among the world’s top 100 universities for Business and Economics in the 2017-2018 Times Higher Education (THE) World University rankings by subject.

Rising one place from last year, the School now sits 92nd, firmly establishing its place among the elite business schools of the world.

One of only 15 UK business schools to feature in the top 100, the School has been recognised for its academic prestige and research excellence, as well as its teaching environment with an emphasis on the undergraduate experience.

“Enormously proud”

Professor Martin Kitchener, Dean and Head of School, said: “To build upon last year’s result and once again be recognised as one of the very best business schools in world is a credit to our staff and students.

“We are enormously proud of their excellent teaching and outstanding research which are at the heart of our operations...”

Martin Kitchener

“As an ambitious school with a bold public value strategy, we are focused on continuous improvement across all of our activities. And, with increasing scrutiny on business education it is encouraging to be recognised for our work to revolutionise the sector and deliver social improvement alongside economic development.”

Professor Martin Kitchener, Professor of Public Sector Management and Policy

The success follows the recently published THE World University Rankings 2018 in which Cardiff University rose 20 places to 162nd out of 1,102 institutions worldwide.

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