Henley ranked #1 Executive Education provider located in the Nordics
Today’s Financial Times Executive Education rankings confirm our position as leading Executive Education provider located in the Nordics.
We also hold a respectable position amongst the growing number of business schools across the globe. The combined Financial Times results, combining custom and open programmes, place Henley 22nd in the world and 12th in Europe.
The results reinforce our reputation for transforming individuals and organisations through expert teaching and research. Launched in 1999, the ranking is largely determined by clients’ ratings and is an important resource for organisations looking to invest in development of senior managers and improve corporate performance.
Our open programmes, focusing on key levers of corporate success such as leadership, management, coaching and HR, achieved world top 20 and Europe top 10 positions in a number of specific areas:
- New skills and learning
- Course design
- Teaching methods and materials
- International location
We have also risen up the ranks to top 25 in the world for the extent and effectiveness of follow-up with course participants. Continued support is an important element of learning at Henley and programme participants have access to an online learning portal, before, during and after course completion.
Tailored to meet the needs of specific clients, our custom programmes are co-created and draw on our experience in leadership, management and organisation development. Each programme is unique and designed to ensure that executive learning contributes to organisational success.
We are a renowned international institution with campuses, offices and partnerships around the world, more than 70,000 alumni in 170 countries, and further evidenced by our position as no. 1 in the UK and no. 2 in the world for international clients.
We have seen particular success in South Africa and Finland this year and we continue to hold a higher global ranking than competitor Schools in both countries.
Our success in continually adapting to meet current business needs can be seen in our strong improvements and positions rated in the top 30 in the world for:
- Aims achieved
- New skills and learning
“As one of the largest Executive Education providers in Finland and in the world, we work hard to align the best of academic expertise with the needs of the individuals and organisations we work with. Our Financial Times ranking results, amongst increasing competition, demonstrate the high standard of our programmes, experts and learning design,” says Annu Matula, Director, Henley Business School, Finland. “Our clients today face dynamic markets, increasing competition and disruptive innovation and it is a privilege to work with leaders to help them tackle these challenges.”
The full ranking results can be seen on the Financial Times website