Financial Times Global EMBA Ranking 2016
Henley Business School improves world-class positions in latest Financial Times ranking
For the second year running, Henley Business School rose in the rankings and maintained its position as one of the world’s top 50 business schools in the 2016 FT ranking of the best Executive MBA programmes. Henley Business School is also positioned in the UK’s top 10 and Europe’s top 20 schools.
Of particular note were consistently strong positions achieved in the following key measures:
Salary, career, aims achieved
A world top 25 position for aims achieved is a mark of how well Henley MBAs succeed in achieving their personal and professional goals. The financial rewards also hit a world top 25 position for post MBA percentage salary increases, with average salary increases of 60%.
Diverse and international learning experience
A significant number of international faculty and students, together with a high proportion of female students and faculty (number 1 in the world) means that Henley students benefit from a diverse and international learning experience.
A measure of the level and depth of a school’s research is the number of PhD and DBA graduates – Henley Business School is now ranked at number 13 in the world. Research is at the heart of Henley, which is home to 150 specialist faculty, many of whom are internationally-renowned research-led academics – 88% of our full-time faculty hold a PhD degree.
Further details on the 2016 Financial Times rankings.
Economist EMBA Ranking 2015
The Economist places Henley Business School number 36 in the world, top 10 in Europe and number 4 in UK for its EMBA programmes.
Henley scores impressively well in the following criteria used by the Economist to compare schools:
Top 5 in the world for student quality
The quality of learning at Henley is enhanced through a diverse group of students sharing their considerable and varied experiences and cultural differences.
Number 12 in the world for strength of network
Henley’s alumni network now numbers in excess of 60,000 in 150 countries and has been developed over its 70 year history.
World 17 for percentage increase in salaries
Salary increase is now positioned at number 17 in the world for percentage increase in salary on graduation.
Top 20 in the world for quality of programme
The quality of programme content is placed in the world’s top 20.
Further details on The Economist rankings