7 UK Business Schools Where Graduates Earn The Fattest Salaries

With tuition fees on the rise, return on investment is an essential consideration

Britain’s students have just bagged their A-level results and many will be pondering which university to go to.

With tuition fees on the rise, return on investment is an essential consideration. Emolument, a salary benchmarking site, ranked the top 30 European schools with the highest paid graduates. And while Swiss schools claim the top-four spots, there’s a strong showing for the UK’s universities.

Emolument analysed the salaries plus bonuses of 5,622 alumni with 5-10 years’ work experience who graduated from a European university with a bachelor or master degree.

Here’s the seven UK business schools that will give you five-figure salaries. (Scroll down).

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

7. Warwick Business School — £69,000

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6. Cass Business School — £70,000

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5. Imperial College Business School — £75,000

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4. Oxford Saïd Business School — £82,000

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3. Cambridge Judge Business School — £82,000

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2. London School of Economics — £85,000

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1. London Business School — £102,000

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