Financial Times ranks Henley in world top 25 of Executive Education.
We are delighted to see the FT Executive Education Ranking 2020 place Henley Business School in the world top 25 and UK top 5 for the combined ranking of open and closed programmes.
Published today, the ranking of participating business schools is recognised as a strong indicator of the quality of executive education provision because it is largely determined by client and participant ratings.
Henley places at no.24 in the world, no.16 in Europe and no.5 in the UK in the combined ranking which is based on programmes delivered in both our UK campus and overseas campuses in South Africa, Finland and Germany.
Our open programmes are designed to empower individuals to increase their personal impact and organisational performance. They cover four core areas: strategic management, leadership, coaching and people and organisational change.
Henley rose five places in this year’s world ranking, ranking at no.22 in the world, no.12 in Europe and no.4 in the UK.
Henley’s open programmes topped the table in the UK and ranked in the world top 10 for percentage of women course participants (52%), reflecting our commitment to championing women in leadership.
Participants rated Henley in the world top 20 for course design, and new skills and learning (both no.2 in the UK). We are rated in the world top 25 for participants’ aims achieved (no.2 in the UK) and teaching methods and materials (no.3 in the UK).
Custom programmes are tailored learning solutions for organisations to support their strategic development and are co-designed with our clients. Henley works with public and private sector organisations around the world.
Our ranking this year is no.32 in the world, no.19 in Europe and no.6 in the UK.
We are pleased to retain a world top 10 position for international clients (no.7, and no.2 in the UK), reflecting our standing as a truly international business school.
Henley’s custom programmes place in the world top 20 for faculty diversity – of the full-time faculty who taught custom programmes, 72% were women and 44% were international. We also place in the world top 25 for growth in revenue and repeat business (UK no.3).
Steve Ludlow, Head of Executive Education, comments:
“I am pleased that Henley has retained its world class ranking. This recognition of the quality of our work is an important encouragement for our clients, participants, staff and faculty during these challenging times. We expect that the world for executive education will look different post-COVID19, but we are well positioned to realign our programmes and services to meet the new challenges and opportunities that will emerge over the coming months.”
The open and custom programme ranking details can be found on the Financial Times website here.