Posted Wednesday 12 February 2014
Following on from Kingston Business School receiving Excellent Business School status by rankings body Eduniversal, three Kingston University Masters courses have been included in the latest Best Masters rankings.
Best Masters ranks the Masters programmes from more than a thousand business schools and universities. Key criteria include; the reputation of the programmes with human resources managers, career prospects, salaries and details of first jobs. The rankings also look at the results of a satisfaction survey of recent graduates.
"Kingston has held Excellent Business School status since 2008 and the Best Masters Awards are a continuation of the high standing in which we are held by Eduniversal," Dr Stuart Archbold, Head of Kingston Business School said. "What is especially pleasing is that graduates are prepared to endorse the courses, because without their participation we would not have received these awards."
The courses are:
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