Feedback from our alumni, gathered by the Financial Times, has placed Henley Business School’s Masters in Management as the 21st highest-scoring programme in the world for overall satisfaction, out of 100 schools surveyed.
In an evaluation of the programme, where alumni answered various questions about their Masters experience, Henley scored 9.27 out of 10 for satisfaction – the fourth highest-scoring business school in the UK. The results were published today (Monday 13 September) alongside the FT Masters in Management ranking 2021, which saw Henley ranked among the world’s top 100 programme providers.
We were pleased to achieve world top 20 and UK top five positions in the ranking for our award-winning careers service (no.17 and no.2 respectively), which supports students throughout their studies and for up to four years after graduation.
Henley is also ranked within the top 25 business schools globally for percentage of women faculty and women students (no.12 and 22 respectively) – topping the table in the UK for faculty and placing fourth for students. This evidences our work towards championing women in leadership.
Our Masters in Management teaches students to apply responsible management practices and develop the skills to take on the challenges of international business. It delivers a strong academic and practical grounding in core subjects, including strategy, marketing, finance and ethics, as well as a choice of elective modules.
Professor George Alexandridis, Head of Pre-Experience Postgraduate Programmes at Henley Business School, said:
“Listening to our students and catering for their needs and career aspirations has been at the very centre of our strategy, and we are very glad to see this is reflected in the latest ranking by the FT. Our students themselves recognising this in what they say about the programme is a great achievement. Our efforts will continue to be focused on providing the basis for a transformational student experience, and calibrating the programme towards responsible management practices and developing employability skills for future managers in the digital era.”
Find out more about Henley’s Masters in Management.