Henley retained its top 10 UK position among schools including Oxford Said, Cambridge Judge and London Business School in this year’s executive rankings – Henley is now number 35 in the Financial Times European business schools 2015 ranking.
The recently published table is based on the strong performance in the Executive MBA (EMBA) and Executive Education surveys that examine a range of criteria related to the quality and impact of the Henley Executive learning experience.
Professor John Board, Dean of Henley Business School, commented:
“We are delighted that this final major ranking of the year places us so highly, reflecting our improvements in all published results this year across everything we do. It is a recognition that our students and teaching staff are among the very best in the world.
This year we celebrate our 70th Anniversary – we were established to improve the quality of management and business leadership, so it is particularly gratifying that now with 70,000 alumni across 150 countries, our network continues providing students and alumni with a priceless source of advice and opportunity around the world – at every level of learning.”