Henley Maintains Rankings For Its Executive MBA And Full Time MBA Courses

Henley Business School MBA courses have retained key business school ranking positions in both the Financial Times EMBA Rankings 2009 and Economist Intelligence Unit Full-time MBA Rankings 2009.

Overall positions have remained similar to 2008 MBA rankings, with the executive MBA ranked 6 in the UK, 15 in Europe and 44 in the world. The Henley Executive MBA has retained the top spot for MBA job progression in the UK, and has improved its rankings for both salary increase and the percentage of women students. It is a part-time executive MBA programme for experienced, practising managers looking to complete their MBA alongside full-time employment. The Henley full time MBA remains ranked 4 in the UK, 9 in Europe and 21 in the world. The Henley Full-time MBA has retained the top world spots for its potential to network, breadth of alumni network and student quality, as well as remaining number 2 in the world for Post MBA salary and number 3 in the world for salary increase. It is a full-time MBA programme to develop students’ potential and their management and leadership skills in preparation for a senior management position.

Professor Chris Bones, Dean of Henley Business School said, “The consistency represents quite an achievement in a year of considerable change… our world ranking positions are a real achievement when we consider the size, complexity and shifts in the global MBA market.

“Our intake numbers across all modes this autumn are strong and in some cases at an all-time high and we are committed to ensure that members of our MBA programmes have an experience with us that exceeds their expectations.”

The Henley MBA is a leading business management course that can be achieved through a number of modes – the Full Time MBA, the Executive MBA and the Flexible Learning MBA, a distance learning MBA.

About Henley Business School
Henley Business School was formed from the merger of Henley Management College and the Business School at the University of Reading. It is one of the longest established Business Schools and the world’s third largest supplier of MBA courses. It delivers business management training to managers in more than 140 countries worldwide with around 7,000 people studying at any one time.

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