South African MBA slips off global top 100 ranking

The latest global MBA ranking from the Financial Times shows that the University of Cape Town no longer ranks as one of the world’s top 100 business institutes.

According to 2016’s rankings, the University of Cape Town’s Graduate School of Business (GSB) was the 76th best business school in the world. In 2017, it no longer features.

The drop off the top 100 ranking follows a worrying trend of decline, as it featured at 59th in 2014, and 52nd in 2015.

The GSB Masters in Business Administration (MBA) was the only MBA programme in Africa listed in the Financial Times ranking for a number of years. At present no African institute currently features in the top 100.

According to 2016’s data 69% of its graduates could expected to be employed within the first 3 months of graduating. Graduates could also expect to earn an average annual income of $138,466 (R1,885,311.52).

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South African MBA slips off global top 100 ranking