Published on 14th May in Economist
In a ranking traditionally dominated by the big US schools, Henley Business School has been recognised with a significant improvement in its position, stepping up nine places worldwide to number 36 and remaining strongly placed in the top 10 best schools in Europe.
Henley scores impressively well in the following criteria used by the Economist to compare schools:
- Top 5 worldwide position for student quality
- Number 12 in the world for strength of network
- Number 17 in the world for percentage increase in salary on graduation
- Placed in the world’s top 20 there is the quality of programme content
Read more and see how Henley Business School perform in chosen areas to compare with other Business Schools worldwide, in Europe and in UK. Full article can be read in Henley UK website here.
One of things that sets the Henley Executive MBA apart from other postgraduate programmes is the strong emphasis on personal development. It is great to systematically take time for personal reflection that is not focused on work objectives, but rather on balancing my personal needs with the external demands I’m facing. Identifying and resolving matters that stop you from being a better person are an integral part of the path of any leader who wants to develop.
Paula Kilpinen has been appointed as Director, Custom solutions at Henley Business School Finland as of 14 November 2022. In this role she will lead the custom solutions business area, comprising of high-impact customised solutions for sustainable growth.
The Henley Executive MBA – Global (EMBA) uniquely delivers proven leadership teaching with international insight. The programme will empower you to become an exceptional leader who thinks and acts with clarity, confidence and conviction. Personal and professional development are woven into the fabric of our EMBA degree.