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19 October 2015
Henley improved its position in the 2015 Financial Times global ranking of the world’s best Executive MBA programmes, moving up to number 49. Henley also ranks at number 7 in the UK.
Henley Executive MBA - world top 50 in latest Financial Times ranking.
Henley improved its position in the 2015 Financial Times global ranking of the world’s best Executive MBA programmes, moving up to number 49. Henley also ranks at number 7 in the UK, with a strong performance across the following key measures:
Salary, career, aims achieved
A world top 20 position for aims achieved is great news as Henley MBAs continue to meet their personal and professional goals. The financial rewards are also high, with post MBA percentage salary increases placing Henley at 25 in the world with average salary increases of 60%.
Diverse and international learning experience
An international outlook has always been at the heart of the Henley learning experience, with a significant number of international faculty and students. The proportion of female faculty and students places Henley at number 1 and number 8 in the world respectively.
Henley is home to over 150 specialist faculty, many of whom are internationally-renowned research-led academics. Our research quality is also demonstrated by a world top 25 position for the number of PhDs and DBAs graduating from the school.
Top 10 in the UK
The strong world results are naturally reflected in equally positive UK figures:
- Number 1 for percentage of female faculty
- Number 1 for percentage of female students
- Number 3 for graduate aims achieved
- Number 3 for the number of PhD and DBA graduates
Professor John Board, Dean, Henley Business School comments:
"The executive MBA Financial Times ranking builds on our improvements across all published results this year, from Executive Education rankings to the NSS and PTES results this summer.
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 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. This is underpinned by campuses and offices in 16 countries – our newest campus opens its doors in Malaysia in February 2016.
We are absolutely resolute in our ambition to keep developing and improving at every level to ensure that our students, alumni, faculty and professional staff are proud to be associated with a business school recognised as being a world-class destination of choice.
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Further details can be found on the Financial Times website.