London Business School has taken fourth place in the Financial Times custom Executive Education rankings and has achieved fifth place overall.
The global ranking of top business schools sees London Business School move up five places in the customised Executive Education ranking to fourth place this year.
The result is owing to the School’s strong performance against a number of criteria taken into consideration for the final custom ranking, including international participants (ranked second), aims achieved (ranked fifth) and faculty quality (ranked fifth). Performance also jumped up by more than 10 places in the value for money (ranked eighth) and future use (ranked eighth) criteria.
In the combined Executive Education results (custom and open programmes), London Business School achieved fifth place, its best performance ever.
Sabine Vinck, Associate Dean, Executive Education, London Business School, says: “We’re delighted that London Business School’s executive education activities have achieved a top five spot for the first time. We are committed to working in partnership with our customers to design programmes that have a real impact on their businesses. Over the past four years, we have transformed the way we work to do so even more effectively. It is a privilege to see our efforts being recognised.”
London Business School has also been placed in the top 20 in the Executive Education rankings for its open programmes.