Oxford boosts Business School brand

Oct 10 2005 by Brian Amble Print This Article

Oxford University is amalgamating all its business school programmes under the Sad Business School brand in a bid to become a world leader in management education.

Speaking to the Financial Times, John Hood, the university's vice-chancellor, said the move was designed to give Oxford a "full service" business school, with undergraduate, graduate, MBA and non-degree programmes. This would help the business school compete internationally, against the likes of Harvard, Stanford and Chicago in the US.

Financial Times | Oxford plans to be worldleader in business education