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Henley achieves year on year world leading results

FT Masters in Finance ranking 2015 – 32nd in the world and 8th in the UK

Henley Business School continues to be highly ranked with students enjoying an even better start to their careers: 87% are employed within three months of graduation – a world top 30 position.

World-class teaching and learning

The Henley finance programmes are taught at our world-renowned ICMA Centre, where 90% of faculty have PhDs, balancing academic theory with the considerable industry experience they share with our students. Many consult at the highest level in industry and receive regular requests to provide expert opinion to specialist media – most recently on subjects including the Greek financial crisis and football club financial management.

International and diverse

Nearly half the students and faculty are female. 48% of the full-time faculty are international, giving students a learning experience with a global outlook.

Leading edge facilities

Henley students are able to put theory into practice, working in the dedicated trading rooms with their purpose built software, still the envy of other schools in the UK and around the world.

Adrian Bell, head of the ICMA Centre at Henley Business School comments: “The UK is the world’s number 1 destination for finance programmes for good reason. Not only are we at the heart of world finance, but at Henley we offer our students the learning experience they need to compete on the world stage. This year marks 20 years since our first students graduated and I am proud of what they have gone on to achieve in their careers.”

Published 22 June 2015
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