World Best Executive Education

There are many executive education in this word to join. But, to get the best benefit, everyone should know which the best executive education. It is usual that every school placed theird self for having the quality of teaching and for placing in “aims achieved” by program participants.

The Financial Times’ list rates the top providers of non-degree business programs for serving executive-level professionals. It’s using revenue criteria that the participating schools last year must have ranked in at least US$ 2 million revenue to be considered.

This ranking said the most credible because surveys of participants are very much based on how school measured up to expectations. So, it is largely can be a reflection of how a group of graduates had expectations were met by their school.

Then, what is the best executive education according to the FT? First and best toping by the Stanford Graduate School of Business. Then it’s followed by Chicago Booth. Number three, there are Wharton, and the fourth is University of Virginia’s Darden School. Followed by number 5 is Harvard.

Read also: List of Best Executive Education Programs to Join

Here the list and the link references if you are interested to join them.

1. Stanford Graduate School of Business.
You can visit its site to get more information : www.gsb.stanford.edu

2. The University of Chicago Booth School of Business.
You can visit its site to get more information : www.chicagobooth.edu

3. Wharton Business School
You can visit its site to get more information : mba.wharton.upenn.edu

4. University of Virginia’s Darden School
You can visit its site to get more information : www.darden.virginia.edu

5. Harvard Business School.
You can visit its site to get more information : www.hbs.edu

And when it talk about to facilities, we can consider the rank from IMD that already took top honors for the best learning environment. This result just ahead of very surprising winners, because the number 2 is placed by Washington University’s Olin School.

Then, it is followed by number 3 Darden, and Number 4 by European School of Management and Technology, and the fifth is 5 IESE Business School in Spain.

While Spain’s Iese Business School has achieved ‘the best performance’ in the Financial Times rankings of executive education programmes. It is coming closest of any school, since the survey was launched in 1999.

In doing so, tIese Business school also tops the 2016 FT, that combined ranking of the top 50 best executive education school, calculated from both tables. Iese is much recomended as top for only one criterion, in international clients, as the ranking of customised programmes, being the top five for 11 out of 15 criteria.
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