Top 10 position for Executive Education in Financial Times ranking

Top 10 position for Executive Education in Financial Times ranking

Top 10 position for Executive Education in Financial Times ranking

The FINANCIAL -- London Business School's custom programmes have jumped from 17th to 9th, while its open programmes have been placed in 13th position. In the combined rankings, the programmes have been placed 8th, the School’s best position since 2005, according to London Business School.


The FT rankings are based on the satisfaction of participants and client organisations, diversity of participants and faculty, and the schools’ level of international engagement.

Executive Education partners with its open and custom customers to develop learning solutions that deliver a sustainable business impact . The FLARE design framework ensures that programmes use thought leadership to drive sustainable behavioural change and enable participants to have a profound impact on the way their companies operate, according to London Business School.


“We are thrilled by these results. In Executive Education, we are passionate about being genuine partners to our clients and delivering sustainable business impact for them. It is wonderful to see our commitment to constant improvement being recognised,” Sabine Vinck, Associate Dean, Executive Education, said.

 

 


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