London Business School’s (LBS) Executive Education programmes are fifth globally in the Financial Times’ (FT) combined 2022 Executive Education ranking.
The School’s open programmes ranked seventh overall and third in the ‘quality of participants’ measure. ‘Overall satisfaction’, a measure of participants’ satisfaction with their course out of ten, was 9.61.
LBS’s custom Executive Educations programmes ranked ninth globally with an ‘overall satisfaction’ score of 8.12.
Helen Kerkentzes, Associate Dean for Executive Education at LBS, said the strong result reflects the School’s commitment to developing long-term, profoundly impactful relationship with clients and participants.
“The top five result for our combined – custom and open – Executive Education programmes is an incredible achievement following two years of disruption caused by the pandemic that has seen our operating environment change enormously,” she said.
“Our response has been to fundamentally change how we think, consult and deliver transformative learning experiences for our clients and participants. We have worked tirelessly to understand the context they now operate in and deliver programmes that address their needs and goals.
“We always strive to create an environment that fosters a transformative learning experience. That extends beyond content we deliver to include the quality of leaders we bring together. Our participants learn not just from our faculty and contributors, but also from each other. They carry these connections with them into their professional, and often personal, lives.”
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