Your personal development is at the heart of our approach to education.
We are one of the oldest business schools in Europe with the accreditations to prove it. We are among a small elite group of business schools world-wide which hold triple accreditations for the quality and capability of our faculty and output.
We put your personal development at the heart of our educational approach.
Confidence Feel empowered to make brave decisions with confidence that comes from self-awareness, knowledge, reflection and applied intellect.
Choice Make considerate choices, balancing societal obligations with the business future and long-term gain.
Curious Explore new possibilities and apply curiosity to achieve personal and organisational success.
Community Network, making a conscious effort to develop your peers as well as yourself as part of a wider community.
Context Recognise the need for context and understand the subtle instinctive changes in approach required by different situations.
Our programmes are enriched by our knowledge, research and commercial experience – and are continually revised to ensure they remain relevant.
Henley is one of a selection of global business schools to hold triple-accredited status from the leading UK, European and US awarding bodies and we feature highly in listings from well known global rankings.
One of the key sets of skills that are strengthened during the Henley EMBA journey are research skills. These are particularly necessary in the composition of the final thesis. But what is the work life relevance of academic research skills? How can I benefit from the research experience in my everyday work?
The Financial Times Executive Education Ranking 2023 places Henley Business School in the world top 20 for the combined ranking of open and custom programmes. The ranking also confirms Henley’s position as leading executive education provider located in Finland.
The EMBA programme in general and the Personal Development module has been a great opportunity to constructively challenge my views and beliefs about myself. I’ve found myself increasingly disagreeing with some identity labels that I previously considered useful and accurate.