Support the School
Cranfield School of Management was proud to be ranked 1st in the UK by The Economist in 2010 for full-time MBA programmes. In order to foster our position as a leading international business school, we need to continually attract the best students and faculty and provide them with top quality resources and facilities. However, we cannot achieve this on our own; we need your help in order to maintain our position as a centre of excellence in management teaching and research.
Cranfield makes a modest surplus year-on-year to fund incremental improvements to our programmes and facilities. More significant steps forward, however, are only made possible through philanthropic support. By making unrestricted gifts to the School, alumni and friends can help to fund a variety of activities. These include scholarships and bursaries, library and lecture room upgrades and an online trading room. Such projects enable Cranfield to attract the best students from the UK and overseas, and help to ensure they continually have access to the very best resources in business and management education.
Cranfield currently delivers a world-class business and management educational experience and competes with other institutions with far greater resources. If all of our alumni each made a gift of £100 or more towards the Annual Fund, we could raise over £1.4m annually - just think how much more we could achieve with this funding. Furthermore, as a registered charity, the School of Management can benefit from Gift Aid, further increasing the value of gifts made to the Annual Fund.
Whether you are an alumnus who has always maintained contact with the School, or someone whose post-Cranfield connection has been slightly more remote, we hope that Cranfield is important to you and has played a meaningful role in your life. Your support is vital in helping us bring quality and diversity to the ‘Cranfield Experience’. Please consider helping us to enhance and strengthen the School and to nurture the ethical business leaders and decision makers of the future.