DCU Business School ranked in QS World University Rankings
DCU Business School has been ranked in the QS World University Rankings which is widely recognised as one of the biggest sources of international information on higher education ever compiled.
DCU Business School has achieved an improvement in its ranking for Business and Management Studies which now features in the top 250 Universities for 2019. As well as this we are also ranked for the first time in Accounting & Finance, ranking among the top 300 Universities in this subject globally. Another significant achievement is that the ranking now places DCU and DCU Business School in the top 250 globally for Business and Management Studies.
The QS World University Rankings assesses universities on performance indicators, based on academic reputation, employer reputation and research impact, and offers comparative insight on university performance in 48 different subjects across 1,222 institutions.
DCU Business School prides itself on delivering programmes encouraging critical thinking, communication, analytical and managerial competence. As a double accredited, internationally focused business school, our globally ranked Master’s Degrees offer clear routes to career progression in a wide range of business areas. Our internationally respected academic faculty have thought leadership, industry experience and research expertise that ensure our courses stay at the cutting edge.
DCU’s MSc in Management has performed particularly well in a number of areas. It was ranked in the Financial Times top 90 postgraduate management programmes. Graduates of the programme have reported a 44% increase in income since completing the programme and 100% of graduates reported being employed three months after graduation pointing to DCU’s strong track record in industry engagement and graduate employability.
In addition, DCU Business School is only one of two schools in Ireland accredited by AACSB. This accreditation adds a layer of prestige to the qualifications of our graduates, particularly for those looking for work internationally.
For further information visit https://www.topuniversities.com/subject-rankings/2019
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