The Economist’s new EMBA ranking measures business schools on two broad criteria: personal development/educational experience and career development. These categories include the quality and diversity of students, the quality of the faculty, the percentage of students who receive a promotion after they graduate and the average salary increase graduates can expect. The data are a mixture of student-reported figures, student ratings and data provided by the schools and alumni.
In this ranking Henley is placed 45th in the world and 13th in Europe and best in the Nordic countries.
The results place Henley’s EMBA:
- 10th in the world for the strength of its alumni network
- 19th in the world for salary levels and increases
- 28th in the world for student quality
Henley also ranks highly in other global surveys, across its portfolio of MBAs designed to match the individual’s personal and professional goals.
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