Financial times Executive MBA ranking was published on Monday 20th October. Henley was ranked as 53rd in the world, 20th in Europe and 7th in the UK.
Henley’s Executive MBA has risen on many key measures in the Financial Times MBA ranking, including career progress – world top 10 for aims achieved (No. 1 in the UK), top 20 for salary increase (No. 3 in the UK) as well as learning experience, research quality, faculty and diversity.
Henley Business School rose up the rankings in all 3 measures related to the breadth and depth of its international credentials. A truly international business school, Henley now has campuses and offices in 16 countries and an alumni network that spreads across 157 countries.
Diversity – number 5 in the world for women faculty, number 11 for female students Given the progress made on the world stage, it’s not surprising that the UK results are equally positive:
number 1 for graduate aims achieved number 1 for % of women faculty number 2 for % of women students number 3 for salary increase number 4 for the number of PhD and DBA graduates
I’m a professional trainer and most of my training is one day courses. During my Henley EMBA studies I’ve had a chance to compare the delivery and impact of my shorter training to the longer training programs that Henley provides. This post serves as a reflection about those differences.
Saara Karhula has been appointed as Business Development Executive at Henley Business School Finland as of 1 March 2023. In this role she will focus on developing both customised solutions and open programs.
Today’s globally connected business world calls for a wider perspective, new skills and different ways of thinking. The Henley Executive MBA (EMBA) – Global is designed to develop outstanding business leaders ready to take on the challenges and opportunities of operating in today’s complex and fast-moving global economy. It develops leaders who are strong, responsible and adaptable.