FT European Business Schools Ranking 2021

FT European Business Schools Ranking 2021

Financial Times places Henley as top business school located in Finland

This yearโ€™s Financial Times European Business Schools Ranking 2021 sees Henley Business School ranked as top business school located in Finland and improve its standing in Europe, being placed no. 34.

We are placed at no. 10 in Europe for percentage of female full-time faculty (47%), which reflects Henleyโ€™s commitment to championing diversity and inclusiveness. Our percentage of international faculty also saw us ranked at no. 34 in Europe.

The ranking is based on combined results from five individual programme-specific rankings published by the Financial Times in 2021. Highlights from these included:

Executive Education

The Executive Education ranking saw Henley placed in the European top 20 (No. 16) for the combined ranking of open and custom programmes. The ranking also confirms Henleyโ€™s position as leading executive education provider located in Finland.

Executive MBA

The Executive MBA ranking places our programme as the highest ranked EMBA programme delivered in the Nordics with strong positions for student satisfaction, diversity, and corporate social responsibility. The Henley Executive MBA is ranked no. 34 in Europe.

Alumni who studied with us received an average salary of $163,685 three years after completing their Executive MBA, registering an average 55% salary increase.

Annu Matula, Managing Director of Henley Business School in Finland, said:

โ€œI am delighted to see that Henley is placed as the top business school located in Finland and has improved its European position in the Financial Times ranking. The ranking confirms Henleyโ€™s position as leading executive education provider located in Finland. We are proud to be able to offer new and innovative top-quality executive education services to the Finnish market. Our overall position in this ranking reinforces that those studying at Henley are equipped with the knowledge and competences required when facing the challenges of the future.โ€

View the full results of the Financial Times European Business Schools Ranking 2021.

Sabine Doms, Marketing Manager - Henley Business School Finland

Sabine Doms

Sabine is passionate about helping people to achieve their full potential and perform at their best. She has over 10 years experience in marketing and communications and is leading the marketing of Henley Business School in Finland since 2016.

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