Cass Business School

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Cass Business School
Cass Business School, Official Logo, Sep 2016.jpg
Type Undergraduate, postgraduate, executive education, research
Established 1966
Dean Marianne W. Lewis
Administrative staff
ca 500
Students ca 4200
Undergraduates 2200+
Postgraduates 1850+
100
Location London, United Kingdom
Campus Urban
Affiliations The Association of MBAs (AMBA), The European Quality Improvement Scheme (EQUIS), Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB), City, University of London
Website www.cass.city.ac.uk

Cass Business School (short for the Sir John Cass Business School) was established in 1966, and is City, University of London's business school. The name changed in August 2002 following a donation from the Sir John Cass Foundation,[1] and was officially opened under its new name by Queen Elizabeth II in 2003.

Cass ranked top 10 Business school in the UK, top 20 in Europe by "QS Global 250 Business Schools 2017". Business school rankings from the Financial Times ranked Cass Business School 2nd in London and top 40 globally. The Financial Times "Top MBAs for Finance 2017" ranked Cass 4th in the UK and 25th in the world.[2]

The school is divided into the three faculties of Actuarial Science and Insurance, Finance, and Management.[3] It awards BSc (Hons), MSc, MBA and PhD degrees and is one of under 70 schools globally to be accredited by all of the AMBA in the United Kingdom,[4] EQUIS in Europe,[5] and the AACSB in the United States.[6]

History[edit]

The City Business School was founded in 1966. The school's MSc in Administrative Sciences began in 1967 and became the MBA in 1979.

In 2002 the school moved to new premises in the London Borough of Islington, and changed its name as part of a strategy formed by Lord Currie of Marylebone, who had become Dean the year before, to compete as an international business school in a market dominated by US universities.

The school had previously been spread out across the City of London's mainly residential Barbican Centre development. Half of the £40 million funding for the new building came from the reserves of City, University of London. The school also received a gift from Sir John Cass's Foundation, founded in 1748 to educate children in the City of London. The school changed its name to reflect the support of the Foundation. Sir John Cass, whose bequest formed the basis of the Foundation's funds, was a Sheriff of the City of London and Member of Parliament for the City in the early eighteenth century.

School rankings[edit]

  • QS Rankings:
  1. Cass ranked top 10 business school in the UK, top 20 in Europe and rated as a "Top-Tier Employability school" by the "QS Global 250 Business Schools 2017".
  2. Top 10 in the UK under both "Accounting and Finance" and "Business and Management" in the 2017 QS World University Rankings by subjects.[7]
  3. Cass also ranked 27th globally, 3rd in the UK under Finance category for "Global 200 Business Schools Report 2013/14"
  1. 3rd in London, 6th in the UK, 26th in Europe (Financial Times European Business School Ranking 2016)
  2. 2017, MSc Finance ranked 20th globally, 4th in the UK.
  3. 2017, Master of Management ranked 18th globally with a 3-year average at 29th.
  • 2017 EDUNIVERSAL BestMaster: [8]
  1. MSc International Accounting & Finance ranked 5th in the UK under Accounting & Audit.
  2. MSc Insurance & Risk Management ranked 12th in the world and 1st in the UK under Insurance category.
  • 2017 Times Higher Education World University Rankings:
  1. Ranked Cass Business School 8th in the UK under "Business and Economics".[9]
  • MBA Rankings:
  1. 5th in the UK, 13th in Europe, 37th globally (Financial Times Global MBA Ranking 2017)
  2. 2nd in London, 5th in the UK, 13th in Europe (Economist Which MBA Ranking 2016)
  3. 2nd in the UK, 7th in the world for Entrepreneurship (Financial Times Top MBAs for entrepreneurship 2017)
  4. EMBA ranked 31th globally (Financial Times Executive MBA Ranking 2016)

Masters courses[edit]

Cass teaches programmes including insurance and risk management, investment management, corporate finance, banking and International finance, quantitative finance, shipping, marketing, supply chain, energy, trade and finance, property valuation, mathematical trading, real estate, construction management, international accounting and finance, finance and investment, and real estate investment.

The Cass MBA is offered full-time through a one-year course, or through two years part-time Executive MBA, or two years through the modular Executive MBA.

In September 2007 Cass Business School started EMBA in collaboration with DIFC (Dubai International Financial Centre).

Notable alumni[edit]

The school's Alumni Association has more than 38,000 members in 160 countries.[10]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Cass Business School's Fact Sheet" (PDF). Retrieved 2014-05-11. 
  2. ^ "Top MBAs for Finance 2017"
  3. ^ "The Faculties". Cass Business School. Retrieved 2010-01-19. 
  4. ^ "Cass in new world rankings and re-accredited by AMBA". Association of MBAs. 19 May 2006. Archived from the original on 19 January 2010. Retrieved 2010-01-19. 
  5. ^ "EQUIS Accredited Schools". EFMD. November 2009. Archived from the original on 19 January 2010. Retrieved 19 January 2010. 
  6. ^ "AACSB Accredited Schools Listing". AACSB. July 2010. 
  7. ^ 2017 QS world university ranking by subjects
  8. ^ EDUNIVERSAL BestMaster
  9. ^ "2017 Times Higher Education World University Rankings"
  10. ^ "Cass Alumni Statistics". Cass Business School. Archived from the original on 19 January 2010. Retrieved 19 January 2010. 
  11. ^ "Bank Of New York Mellon Corp". BusinessWeek. Retrieved 25 March 2013. 
  12. ^ "Professor Liu Mingkang". Retrieved 25 March 2013. 
  13. ^ "People of Today Index, People of Today, People of Influence - Debrett's". Retrieved 23 March 2016. 
  14. ^ DareYou: Professor and Mrs Pettman Archived 7 February 2015 at the Wayback Machine.

External links[edit]

Coordinates: 51°31′19.50″N 0°05′24.70″W / 51.5220833°N 0.0901944°W / 51.5220833; -0.0901944