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Poets&Quants Masters in Management Ranking 2022

We’re happy to announce that we've been included in Poets & Quants ranking of the world's best Masters in Management programmes.

Poets & Quants is a leading news website dedicated to the coverage of business education, highlighting the ranking of the best graduate business schools across the United States and further afield.

As one of only two UK business schools to receive this distinction, we’re proud to be recognised as one of the best.

We are delighted that our Masters in Management is one of the two UK business schools to be ranked in such a competitive world ranking, demonstrating our commitment to a world-class education.”   

Professor Kieran Fernandes, Interim Executive Dean of Durham University Business School. 

The United States and further afield

With over 80% of our cohort coming from 25 countries, our Masters in Management offers a truly unique international study experience in Durham, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. 

American MSc Management student, Ayodeji Temitayo Lawal, comments on his experience of studying at Durham: 

Having completed my undergraduate degree at Florida State University in the United States, I decided on a change of scenery for studying my masters. I found that Durham University Business School was on smaller scale than what I was used to in the United States, creating a sense of community I’d not experienced before. 

There is a warmth here that emanates not only from those that you will be academically connected to but also those you meet in your day-to-day life. The courses are intellectually stimulating as they challenge you to pursue your academic limits. 

Find out more:  

  • Learn more about our accreditation and rankings in national and international league tables 
  • Read the full Poets & Quants article.
  • Explore our Research Excellence Framework (REF) 2021 case studies
  • Interested in studying at Durham University Business School? Explore our Undergraduate, Masters and PhD
  • Explore our research