FT Executive Education ranking 2018 - Henley Business School

FT Executive Education ranking 2018

Henley Business School remains one of the leading Executive Education providers located in the Nordics

FT Executive Education ranking 2018 - Henley Business School Finland

At a time of increased competition in the leadership development market, todayโ€™s Financial Times Executive Education ranking evidences the rigour and relevance of Henley Business Schoolโ€™s expertise and programmes.

Henley Business School remains one of the leading Executive Education providers located in the Nordics. Our courses are placed in top 20 and top 25 positions for Europe and the world in the combined ranking of open and custom programmes, with particular success for our open programmes highlighted in Europe (no.8) and the Nordics (no.1).

Launched nearly 20 years ago, the ranking is largely determined by clientsโ€™ ratings and is a useful resource for businesses and professionals who are looking to develop management skills and improve corporate performance.

Open programmes

With expert academics and practitioners from across the private, public and third sectors, we pride ourselves in ensuring our teaching is of high quality and relevant to the current business world. Our programmesโ€™ success is shown by strong positions for course design, new skills and learning, and teaching methods and materials:

  • Course design: No.4 in Europe and no.11 in the world
  • New skills and learning: No.5 in Europe and no.10 in the world
  • Teaching methods and materials: No.5 in Europe and no.14 in the world

The excellence of our programmes is further demonstrated by our top 10 positions for faculty rank: no.4 in Europe and no.10 in the world.

We are also pleased to see that we are ranked no.7 in Europe and no.15 in the world for participantsโ€™ aims achieved. Our focus on individuals and their businesses through relevant content and executive coaching ensures that our programme members go away with enhanced knowledge to contribute to organisational success.

Custom programmes

We work closely with our clients to understand their organisation, opportunities and challenges and co-create programmes to meet their specific needs and are pleased to have maintained a top 25 and top 50 position in Europe and the world.

Henley is an international institution with campuses, offices and partnerships around the world and more than 74,000 alumni in 170 countries, and our global reputation is reflected by our positions as no.4 in Europe and no.5 in the world for international clients.

โ€œIn recent years, Henley Business School has significantly increased the open programme offering in Finland, and delivered successful customised programmes to Finnish clients,โ€ says Annu Matula, Managing Director of Henley Business School in Finland. โ€œWe are very proud that we can offer world-class executive education programmes to the Finnish market, whether it is degree, open or customised programmes.โ€

โ€œInternationally operating Finnish companies require access to the best know-how when renewing their management culture and developing their ability to innovate. Over the past years, the management and leadership requirements have changed dramatically, and therefore companies need topical education that quickly produces new skills and thinking.โ€

โ€œAgility and pragmatism are on top of our clientโ€™s requirements, as well as the need for world-class international faculty. We are proud to be a top-quality partner for our clients, and we believe that our services will help Finnish companies to become even more successful in the fierce international competition.โ€

The full ranking results can be seen on the Financial Times website

Jennika Rantanen - Henley Business School Finland

Jennika Rantanen

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