Cranfield School of Management is a high-ranking business school that forms part of Cranfield University near Milton Keynes in Bedfordshire, the UK’s only completely postgraduate university specialising in science, technology, engineering and management.
The school has been triple accredited since 2001 by the Association of MBAs (AMBA), EFMD Quality Improvement System (EQUIS) and the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB).
Home to the largest specialist logistics and supply chain management faculty in Europe, the school is particularly renowned for its MSc in logistics and supply chain management, as well as its MSc in finance and management, its MSc in management and its MBA programme. Along with other departments, the school also provides programmes for the Defence Academy UK, which trains the UK Armed Forces and Ministry of Defence Civil Servants.
The school is equipped with a Bloomberg suite, which gives access to live financial services news and data on industries, markets, economic indicators, equities, bonds and derivatives.
The Cranfield MBA comprises about 100 students, mostly international, in a full-time, one-year programme. PhDs can be done on a full-time or part-time basis, except for the International Executive Doctorate, which is done on a part-time basis.
The school has partnerships with universities across the world, such as Kobe University in Japan, Melbourne Business School in Australia and the University of Chile.
Alumni include executive director of Oxfam International Winnie Byanyima, founder of online greetings card retailer Moonpig Nick Jenkins, and BBC London News presenter Riz Lateef.