Posted Tuesday 25 April 2017
Kingston Business School's Leadership and Management in Health MSc has been ranked 78th in the world and its Real Estate Management MSc 83rd by global leader in higher education information, Eduniversal. This positions Kingston Business School as one of the top seven providers of health management MScs and among the top 12 for postgraduate real estate management courses in the United Kingdom.
Pro Vice-Chancellor and Dean of the Kingston Business School Professor Ronald Tuninga said the Eduniversal Best Masters rankings were further proof of the impact the University's postgraduate business programmes were making both at home and abroad.
"The Business School is still riding high after achieving international accreditation by the AACSB (Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business) and being recently named among the top 100 in Europe for business and management studies in the QS World University Rankings," he added. "Our recipe for success combines innovative approaches to industry-informed teaching and learning, pioneering research and productive links with companies which are leading the vanguard in their respective fields."
Founded in 1994, Eduniversal Group provides students with up-to-date information about higher education. Each year, more than four million students from all four corners of the globe use Eduniversal materials in their search for the right course programme.
The annual Eduniversal Best Masters Ranking is the only worldwide assessment of Masters and MBA programmes. Designed to help prospective students determine the best choice for their graduate studies, the Ranking evaluates more than 12,000 postgraduate programmes each year. The programmes are assessed against stringent criteria through a survey of 5,000 international recruiters, 800,000 students and 10,000 representatives from academic institutions in 154 countries.
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