The best business schools have a global outlook

Triple crown business schools accredited by AACSB, AMBA & EQUIS provide a global, internationalised

Interconnectivity & an internationalised experience

Successful business schools prepare their students to become global citizens, capable of practising business and management in an international environment. Through active collaboration with international partners and research of international relevance and scope, they deliver an education that not only encompasses management styles and practices from different regions and cultures, but also reflects the fast-paced change of our world. 

Examples of global learning opportunities at the best business schools

Global experiences

At the best business schools, you'll be part of an international learning community, studying alongside and being taught by people from a diverse range of social and geographic backgrounds. Increasing your awareness and understanding of other cultures, it will help you develop an appreciation for other points of view - a valuable skill in any workplace. You'll have plenty of opportunities to expand your global networks interacting with international speakers and participants at various conferences and events.


  • Adam Smith Business School's participation in global business case competitions - often sponsored by large multinational corporations looking for future graduate employees - enables you to develop key business skills, gain international experience, network and significantly enhance your CV. Competitions are hosted by universities in places as far flung as Japan, the US, Canada, Norway, Thailand, Australia and New Zealand.
  • Cranfield School of Management's long-standing research clubs provide regular opportunities to network with industry professionals and business leaders. Students engage in, then shape global debates - from how to develop the next generation of technology leaders to the practices needed to deliver safe water and sanitation. 
  • Bradford School of Management's annual five-day International Management Sustainability Summer School (IMSS) brings Master's students together with collaborative partners and institutions from Europe and the Middle East to consider key issues and challenges relating to sustainability, ethics and the circular economy.
  • The Thought Leadership Events at London Business School (LBS) unite international leaders from business, government and civil society to share their insights and debate the issues affecting society, the economy and the world of business. A recent session on globalisation featured the Managing Director and Global Head of Research at BlackRock, European Commission's Chief Trade Economist, a Harvard Professor of the Practice of Economic Policy, and a Partner and Chief Economist at Deloitte UK. 
  • LBS also hosts an annual TEDxLondonBusinessSchool for world leaders in business, technology, science and the arts to share their Ideas Worth Spreading. In 2019, the theme Order and Chaos showcased expert thinking on global concerns such as the environment, health and gender equality. Topics explored included ocean pollution, algorithms, the gender pay gap and immigration.

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