Shanghai Ranking places Bayes Business School in UK’s top five for Management, Finance and Business Administration
Bayes research areas rated highly in the latest Academic Ranking of World Universities.
Key research disciplines at Bayes Business School (formerly Cass) have been ranked among the top five in the UK of this year’s Global Ranking of Academic Subjects (GRAS), as compiled by the Academic Ranking of World Universities – also known as the Shanghai Ranking.
The annual publication measures the academic performance of universities around the world across research output, influence and quality, as well as international collaboration and academic recognition. Across the country, Bayes was ranked 3rd for Finance, 3rd for Business Administration and 5th for Management.
The ranking follows May’s publication of the Research Excellence Framework (REF) 2021 where Bayes placed 5th in the UK for the proportion of research rated as “world leading” (4*).
Professor Bobby Banerjee, Associate Dean of Research & Enterprise at Bayes, said:
“This is a pleasing result, which is further endorsement of the quality and impact of our academic research here at Bayes following on from the excellent REF result that we recently achieved.
“The Global Ranking of Academic Subjects is an important indicator for both ourselves and prospective international students and colleagues, and speaks to the wealth of academic talent within our ranks.
“The quality of our research and teaching, coupled with our location in the heart of one of the most vibrant cities in the world for business and finance, makes us an attractive destination for students and young researchers.
"We look forward to using this result as a springboard to continue providing a platform for rigorous and impactful academic study.”
The full Global Ranking of Academic Subjects is published on the Shanghai Ranking website, with Bayes Business School’s results coming under the City, University of London name.