DURBAN - The UCT Graduate School of Business (UCT GSB) has been ranked 51 in the world for its customised programmes by the latest Financial Times Ranking.
For the second year in a row, the UCT GSB improved its ranking, climbing an impressive 16 places this year. It is one of just three African business schools to make it onto this year’s ranking
"This is a tremendous win for the UCT GSB. It is a vivid testament to the work we have put in to grow and enhance our offering to clients over the years," said Kumeshnee West, Director of Executive Education at the UCT GSB.
The UCT GSB was ranked top in Africa in terms of faculty diversity, meaning that its faculty is gender representative and draws on a rich mix of nationalities. It also scored in the top 50 worldwide in terms of value for money and future use (the likelihood that clients will use the school again).
West explained that the ranking is based on a rigorous assessment of the customised process from the design and interaction with clients to how the programme is delivered, the facilities, teaching methods and materials that the school offers and the quantity and quality of programmes delivered with partner schools.