The Financial Times has recently ranked the Henley Executive MBA 53rd in the world, 20th in Europe and 6th in the UK. This is a very good result and should also be considered in the light of there being about 2500 business schools worldwide.
In spite of considerable volatility in this ranking, Henley Business school has managed to maintain its world-class standing by again playing to strengths across a number of key categories:
Exceeding expectations, career progress and salaries
Henley Business School received a strong endorsement with the ranking of 14th in the world for helping students fulfil the goals they set before embarking on their EMBA. Our year on year improvement shows that we consistently exceed the expectations of our EMBA participants. This result concurs with last week’s Economist ranking that places us among the best in the world for providing networking and employment opportunities.
In terms of long-term salary improvement following completion of the EMBA, Henley Business School remains in the top 20, rising five places for percentage increase in salary. For career progression, based on changes in level of seniority and size of company, we have improved by a further four places in the world.
A rounded experience, through diversity and quality
Henley Business School scores extremely highly, ranked number 2 in the world and top in the UK for the percentage of women in our faculty, also achieving a 36-place improvement in the percentage of women students on our EMBA. The quality of our MBA students was a feature of last week’s Economist ranking which placed Henley at number 1 in the world for our Full-time MBA.
For more detailed information on the ranking please visit the Financial Times website.