Bath MBA among world’s top 50 for entrepreneurship
The Bath MBA is among the top 50 programmes in the world for entrepreneurship.
The Financial Times put us 49th overall in their top MBAs for entrepreneurship 2018 rankings. Of the UK MBAs included in the global top 50, we placed tenth.
We are also positioned second globally for the number of our graduates who started their own businesses. We’re also fourth for the number of female graduates among these entrepreneurs.
The Financial Times looked at data from our full-time MBA 2014 class.
Business in context stories
Real business is central to the Bath MBA. During your time on the course you’ll be connected with business leaders and organisations to put what you’re learning into a real business context.
We visit countries across the world throughout the year. This means you can meet us, and ask any questions you have about studying for an MBA at the University of Bath and living in the city.
Halley Liao worked in highly varied roles as a freelancer before pursuing her full-time MBA. She speaks about how Bath embraces professional diversity and its role in stimulating creative discussion
Stamatis Foteinogiannopoulos believes the Bath MBA is equipping him with skills to further his own career and develop his family’s 53-year-old business at the same time.