Henley Business School - Financial times - ranking

FT Executive Education Ranking 2013

Henley retained its position in the top 40 business schools worldwide in this yearโ€™s survey in the Financial Times, with a positive report in four key areas in the Open enrolment programmes ranking.

Education quality

One of our key ambitions is to continually improve the excellence of our learning experience, so it is reassuring to see this reflected in improvements to our ranking in:

  • Course design
  • Faculty
  • Teaching materials
  • Preparation

International footprint

Besides UK and Finland, Henley has offices in South Africa, Hong Kong and Germany; a new campus is being built in Malaysia and for many years we have been working with an established network of overseas agents in 14 countries. This yearโ€™s survey places Henley 28th in the world (number 2 in the UK) for the number of programmes run outside the UK.

Women participants

Henley leads the way in meeting the challenges of achieving successful diversity in business today, with 40% of all participants being female, placing Henley in 24th spot in the world.

Learning environment

We are proud of our beautiful campuses and do everything to provide the ideal environment for reflection, learning and development; our food and accommodation ranking improved two places in this yearโ€™s survey.

The Henley approach is to enable people to better understand themselves and their responsibilities while at the same time blending the practice and theories of successful business. We continually strive to improve everything we do so we use rankings as one of the ways we listen to what our customers are saying and we implement the changes that will make a tangible difference to their development and their business.

The full report can be found in the Financial Times, read it here.

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