Henley on International Ranking Lists
We are proud to be part of the Financial Times and Economist Intelligence Unit international ranking lists.
We know that quality of faculty, networking opportunities, potential to increase your salary and personal development are vital to you in selecting your MBA provider, so you will be delighted to know that Henley once again have achieved excellent results in these categories and been awarded following world-class rankings:
MBA rankings 2011
We are delighted to announce that Henley Business School has climbed 25 places to number 33 in the Financial Times European Business School ranking 2011.
This is a composite ranking based on schools' positions in the FT's other rankings, including the FT EMBA ranking, the FT Business Education open and custom programmes rankings, the FT Global MBA and the FT Masters in Management ranking.
This ranking firmly places Henley in the top 20 European business schools for EMBA salaries (and for percentage increase in those salaries, with 69%) and for Executive Education. It also reaffirms an aspect of the School's diversity, which is reflected in the measure that 36% of faculty are female. Henley has the third highest percentage of female faculty among UK based business schools.
Professor John Board, Dean of Henley Business School, said: 'This result, a rise of 25 places in the European Business School rankings is a very welcome end to the year. With the continued support of alumni and faculty we will persist in further demonstrating Henley's values which are reflected in rankings where Henley participates. Henley is a top UK, European and world class business school, a reputation it richly deserves.'
In The Economist full-time MBA ranking 2011, Henley Business School once again confirmed its lead in two categories coming No. 1 in the world for 'Student quality' and No.1 in the world for 'Potential to network'.
The Business School places great emphasis on personal development throughout the programme ranked in the world's top 20 for 'Personal Development' (15th) and for 'Post- MBA salaries' (13th). Henley also moved up 8 places for "Quality of our faculty" and improved their position in the category of 'International student diversity' by 16 places.
Provided by the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU)