Financial Times Masters in Management Ranking 2017

11 September 2017

Financial Times Masters in Management Ranking 2017
HENLEY PROGRAMME AMONG THE TOP TEN SCHOOLS IN THE UK

 

HENLEY PROGRAMME AMONG THE TOP TEN SCHOOLS IN THE UK

Henley’s Masters in Management has secured its place among the FT’s list of the best management programmes from around the world. Henley has also strengthened its position in the UK, being ranked in the top ten schools for 2017.

Henley offers a varied portfolio comprising 34 Masters programmes across Accounting, Finance, Business and Management, Information management, Real Estate and Planning subjects. 

Our programmes are designed to help our students learn not just academic theory, but also develop practical and personal skills. Many programmes include field trips and business projects to help students begin to apply their learning in practical situations.

The FT ranking confirms the quality of our Masters in Management programme which performed particularly strongly in the areas of diversity, career progression and value for money:

  • Percentage of women full time faculty (No.7)
  • Percentage of women students (No.7)
  • Salary percentage increase since graduation (No.8)
  • Percentage of international students (No.14)
  • Career progress (No.15)

Amongst UK based schools, Henley climbed to ninth place overall and was ranked No.1 for value for money.

Peter Miskell, Head of Postgraduate Programmes (Pre-Experience), commented: 

“We are pleased that our ongoing work to improve and strengthen the quality of our programmes and of the student experience, has been recognised by the FT ranking which confirms our position among the top schools in the world. Our ongoing ambition is to ensure our teaching remains at the cutting edge of academic research, while enhancing the opportunities for students to apply theory in practice, and to engage in international learning experiences”.

 Visit the Financial Times website for further ranking details.