Durham University Business School : Located in Durham, England. Established in 1965, It is One of Eleven Business Schools in the UK to Hold Triple Accreditation (AACSB, AMBA and EQUIS)

Durham University Business School
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Durham University Business School provides courses at undergraduate and postgraduate levels. Undergraduate courses include Bachelor's degrees in the fields of economics, finance, business, marketing and accounting. Postgraduate degrees are offered in management, marketing, finance and economics, including MBA, MA, MSc, DBA and PhD. Courses are offered in full-time, part-time and distance learning formats.

The MSc programmes have Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) recognition through its partnership status with the Institute.

Full-time 12 months
Full-time 15 months
Global MBA
Global MBA Online
Global MBA (Finance)
Corporate MBA

The Wall Street Journal MBA Rankings, which lists the Top 15 Schools outside the USA, placed Durham University Business School at 14th position overall and 2nd in the UK in 2009. The ranking placed the school ahead of Oxford Said Business School and Cambridge Judge Business School.
The Financial Times Global MBA rankings placed Durham University Business School 55th in the world FT rankings 2011. In the 2013 world FT rankings, Durham was no longer placed. In the January 2014 listing, Durham was ranked 97th in the Global MBA top 100 rankings.[5] Moreover, the school was ranked at 15th in the UK and 52nd in Europe in the 2013 FT European Business School rankings.
The Economist ranked the MBA 55th in the world and 8th in the UK in 2010. In 2013, the Economist ranking was 72nd in the world and 9th in the UK.

Durham University Business School has more than 200 research students. In the 2008 Research Assessment Exercise, 95 per cent of the Business and Management Studies research at Durham University was assessed as being at least of International Quality (2* and above) in terms of originality, significance and rigour. This positions the School 19th in a total of 90 schools within the business and management sector (based on the Grade Point Average score) in Great Britain. In the last external assessment of teaching quality by the QAA, which reviewed Economics and Finance, the School was awarded a maximum score of 24/24.