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Henley rises in the FT 2014 ranking of the world’s best business schools

Top 10 position in the world for International Custom Clients

Henley continues to be a truly international school and is placed 9th worldwide in terms of the percentage of its clients headquartered outside of the school’s home country and region.

Henley has recently won significant new custom business from public and private sector clients in the UK, Europe and Middle East. This growth, together with its new approach to custom programme design, will allow Henley to continue to build on its successes next year.

The largest rise of any European Business School in the Open Programmes ranking

Henley climbed nine positions world-wide to our highest position in over 10 years, placing us 31st globally and 4th in the UK for Open Programmes. Clients awarded highest ratings in the key categories of:

  • Aims achieved
  • New skills & learning
  • Teaching methods
  • Faculty
  • Course design

Henley has always prided itself in the quality of its participant experience and this is reinforced by Henley’s climb of 29 places in the Repeat Business and Growth ranking.

Steve Ludlow, Head of Executive Education, commented, “These results reflect the importance of getting the customer experience right and ensuring that our programmes have a sustainable positive impact on the individuals and organisations we serve. These are the ultimate measures of success for executive education.”

Published 19 May 2014
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