The independent Chinese ranking guide ranks WBS in 67th place
23 May 2012
The independent Chinese ranking guide, run by Sino-British Joint Education and Cultural Exchange Centre, ranked Westminster Business School in 67th place, amongst 120 institutions around the world (2013 Independent Subject Ranking in Business Studies).
Westminster Business School has improved by 19 places since last year. The schools were assessed according to the criteria of Entry Standards, Research Assessment, Student Satisfaction, Good Honours, Student-Staff Ratio, Course Flexibility, Academic Strengths, Degree Completion and others.
WBS is the best modern university business school in London on this ranking as Bedfordshire, Roehampton, London South Bank, London Met and Greenwich are ranked lower than WBS.
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