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09 June 2023

Complete University Guide ranks King's Business School business and management degrees second in the UK

King's Business School scores high in major UK university rankings

The exterior of Bush House in London. A grand stone building with a portico and columns around the entrance.
King's Business School's home in Bush House

King’s Business School has been ranked second in the UK for business and management degrees in this year’s subject rankings in the Complete University Guide. The Guide’s scores are based on a range of factors including entry standards, student satisfaction, graduate prospects and the quality of research.

The Business School has consistently ranked in the Complete University Guide’s top five universities for Business and Management studies for the last few years, and in the UK’s top ten in other leading rankings such as the Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide and the Times Higher Education World University Rankings.

In 2023 King’s Business School completed the so-called ‘triple-crown’ accreditation held by fewer than one per cent of the world’s business schools when it was awarded accreditation by the Association of MBAs and Business Graduates Association. The school’s accreditations reflect its commitment to ongoing improvement and emphasis on responsible business.

We have worked hard with our students to provide an education that leaves them well-prepared not just for the future, but to shape the future. It’s really gratifying to see this effort reflected in our standing in the most important university guides.

Dr Andrew Mc Faull, Director of Undergraduate Studies King’s Business School

In the last few years the Business School has gone from strength to strength. We’ve increased the expert careers support we give to our students, introduced innovative new modules and placed an emphasis on real-world learning experiences. We are blessed with fantastic students and it is a privilege as well as a lot of fun to teach them every day.

Professor Sally Everett, Vice Dean (Education), King’s Business School.

Watch Caroline Klaris, Business Management BSc, express the hopes and aspirations of her classmates at King's Business School at their graduation ceremony in July 2022:

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Sally Everett

Vice Dean, Education

Andrew McFaull

Lecturer in Accounting and Finance Education