Leeds University Business School

Leeds University Business School (LUBS), is the business school of the University of Leeds, located in Leeds, West Yorkshire, England.

Leeds University Business School is regarded as one of the best in the UK (currently ranking 5th for Accounting and Finance, 12th for Business Studies and 16th for Economics), with its MBA programme ranked among the top 50 in the world. The school's MBA programme was placed at 15th in Europe by The Economist in 2006. In the Financial Times' Global MBA ranking for 2008, the Leeds MBA was ranked joint 48th in the World.

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