GSB getting stronger and stronger

12 February 2008 | Story by Newsroom

Going places: The UCT's Graduate School of Business is among the best business school in the world.

The Master in Business Administration programme at the Graduate School of Business (GSB) has, for the fourth consecutive year, been ranked in the Financial Times of London's Global MBA Top 100, and the GSB remains the only business school in Africa in the ranking.

The programme improved in no less than seven Financial Times assessment categories - most notably being rated the second best MBA globally in terms of "value for money". The 2008 rankings table reveals that the GSB now ranks among the top five business schools based in emergent markets such as Africa, India and China.

The latest ranking, which put GSB's overall ranking at 71, comes after the school achieved a five-year (the maximum) re-accreditation by Equis, the European quality stamp for international business schools.

Professor Frank Horwitz, GSB director, said: "This Financial Times achievement is consistent with the UCT GSB's vision as a business school focusing on leadership development and research on emergent market business issues."

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