New world rankings

28 June 2016

New world rankings

We share the news that Henley has reached a new high in the most recent Financial Times rankings.

Henley in world top 40 and UK top 10 in Financial Times Global Masters in Finance 2016 rankings – another reason to feel proud to be a Henley alumnus!

We are pleased to share news about the Financial Times (FT) Global Masters in Finance 2016 rankings results.

The FT ranking of the best Masters in Finance programmes in the world has seen year-on-year improvements for the employment and career positions for Henley graduates. Henley Business School is now number 15 in the world (and number 3 in the UK) for the percentage of students employed within three months of graduation.

These top positions speak volumes for the calibre of student, faculty and facilities to be found at the world-renowned ICMA Centre, where the Henley finance programmes are taught.

International and diverse learning experience

Half of all students and faculty are female and 48% of our full-time faculty are international. With Henley holding the number 2 spot in the world for percentage of international students, their Masters in Finance students benefit from a learning environment that is both diverse and global in outlook.

World-class teaching and learning

9 out of 10 faculty have PhDs, combining academic excellence with a wealth of industry experience. Many consult at the highest level in industry and happily share their knowledge and insights with their students.

Facilities built with careers in mind

Developing and refining their skills using the ICMA Centre’s extensive dealing room facilities, 95% of students were able to secure employment within three months of graduation. The facilities include over 100 terminals equipped with the latest trading technology and supported by Thomson Reuters and Bloomberg.

Adrian Bell, head of the ICMA Centre at Henley Business School, comments:

‘I could not be happier that our students make such fast and strong progress in their careers. Our approach is to combine theory and practice across a range of activities that equip them to meet the challenges of an increasingly competitive and exciting market.’

Please visitwww.icmacentre.ac.uk if you’d like to know more about the ICMA Centre.