Cranfield School of Management is a Financial Times World Top 40 school with over 40 years’ experience in awarding MBAs, and are triple accredited by EQUIS, AMBA, and AACSB. We are known for our excellence in leadership development, for our deep-rooted industry links and for our focus on transforming learning and research into action.
Our long tradition of management education means that we have a global alumni network of over 16,000 members in over 120 countries worldwide.
Cranfield School of Management is a part of Cranfield University. Founded in 1946, Cranfield University is the only wholly postgraduate higher education institute in the UK, specialising in science, technology, engineering and management. It has a global reputation for teaching and research, for industrial scale facilities and for its links with some of the most recognised names in industry and commerce.
From designing formula one racing cars to finding life on Mars, Cranfield’s focus is squarely on the application of its research. This research drives its masters, doctorate and professional development courses, which are constantly monitored and updated by industry advisory panels to ensure they meet the needs of employers.
“I have chosen Cranfield School of Management, because the school possesses reputation of one of the best business schools in the UK, providing education of truly exceptional quality. I am confident that I made a right decision, as my study at the School has significantly strengthened my professional skills, substantially extended my network and enabled me to gain better understanding of the international business.” Jane Oseeva, MBA 2010
Cranfield is set in a leafy green campus in the heart of the Bedfordshire countryside.
The School is easily accessible from London, Oxford, Cambridge and Birmingham, making it simple for recruiters and practitioners to visit us on a daily basis. London Luton, Stansted and Heathrow airports are 30, 60 and 90 minutes away respectively, and offer connections to and from just about anywhere in the world.
Public buses run to and from Cranfield and there is also a regular campus bus shuttle service to Milton Keynes train and bus station. Trains run frequently from Milton Keynes to Central London and take just 45 minutes. The nearest towns of Milton Keynes and Bedford are only a few miles away and offer a wide range of sporting and entertainment facilities.