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The University of Oxford, Saïd Business School is a vibrant and innovative school embedded in an 800-year old world-class university, creating programmes and ideas that have global impact. Founded in 1996 and accredited by the Association of MBAs and EQUIS, Oxford Saïd delivers cutting-edge programmes and ground-breaking research that transform individuals, organisations, business practice and society.

Oxford Saïd's flagship programme, the full-time MBA is among the top ranked in the world: 6th international MBA in the November 2015 Bloomberg BusinessWeek rankings and 3rd in the UK in the 2016 Financial Times (FT) Global MBA rankings. The 21-month modular Executive MBA programme is in the FT's top 10 in the world and number one in the UK for 2015.
Oxford Saïd students are uniquely placed to reap the benefits of belonging to both a collegiate university and a dynamic business school, which include joining diverse clubs and associations, attending thought-provoking events and debating ideas with world experts.
The school's website provides full details of Taught, Research and Executive Education programmes, activities and services available at Oxford Saïd.


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  • Ft Ranking: 22
  • Economist Ftmba Ranking: 78
  • Class Size: 247
  • International Student Percentage: 96
  • Female Percentage: 28
  • Course Length: 12
  • Average Gmat: 692
  • Accredited: AMBAEQUIS
  • Average Age: 29
  • Average Work Years: 6
  • Nationalities Count: 43
  • Businessweek Ranking: 51
  • Economist Ranking: 69