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  • In the QS Fulltime MBA rankings, Kingston beat off many of our nearest competitors to come in at number 43 out of 200 in Europe . The Kingston MBA comes in as the 19th based in the UK, ahead of other competitors that have triple accreditation and ahead of several business schools of highly ranked universities.
  • Kingston Business School has doubled the number of its masters courses ranked in the latest 2014 Eduniversal rankings, with six courses of which four are now ranked in the top 50 and two courses in the top 100. Notably, the MA in Creative Industries and the Creative Economies has made an impressive jump up from 25 to 18 in the global rankings, placing it in the top twenty Arts and Cultural Management courses worldwide. Three masters’ programmes which were previously not ranked, have been ranked in the top 100 globally:
  • DART, one of the research groups in the department hosted its first  PracAdemics BarCamp where top practitioners in the area of risk met with academics to link theory and practice in risky decision-making in operational, tactical and strategic emergencies.
  • Kingston's first student-run business incubator space, which is to be known as the Kingston Nest, has been launched at Kingston Business School.
  • Associate Professor in Occupational Psychology at Kingston University, Rachel Lewis is the recipient of the prestigious British Psychological Society’s (BPS) Practitioner of the Year award for 2014. Rachel received the award jointly with her business partner Emma Donaldson-Feilder. Their research looked in depth at how best to develop and support managers in creating long-term employee engagement, health and well-being.

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