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School of Management academics recognised for their contributions to global learning

The Financial Times have ranked us in the top 20 most influential business schools in the world for ‘teaching power’.

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The ranking puts us in the top 20 business schools from over 500 worldwide.

The Financial Times (FT) have named us as one of the world’s most influential business schools in its latest ‘teaching power’ rankings.

The FT assessed each business school by looking at the contributions of its individual academics. It calculated how often a scholar’s research was used by other business schools in their teaching.

Bath’s ranking is based on a range of outstanding contributions, including textbooks from Alistair Brandon-Jones, Andrew Crane, Veronica Hope Hailey, Michael Shulver and John Purcell.

'I’m delighted to see the recognition for colleagues’ contributions to the scholarship of teaching and learning,' said Steve Brammer, Dean of the School of Management.

'There are many pathways by which our academics’ writing makes a difference globally. It’s exciting to see the impacts that colleagues are making in relation to supporting teaching of business and management around the world.'