London Business School’s (LBS) Executive Education offering is world-class, according to the Financial Times.
The School is ranked in the top five (5) of the FT’s 2023 Executive Education ranking. The combined ranking recognises excellence across both Open and Custom Executive Education programmes.
LBS also climbed in the FT’s separate Open and Custom Executive Education rankings to sixth and eighth respectively.
Its Open programmes ranked third globally for ‘international participants’, a reflection of the international diversity participants experience and benefit from during their time on LBS Open programmes.
LBS’s Custom programmes ranked third globally for ‘new skills and learning’. The measure addresses both the workplace relevance of new skills learned and their ease of implementation, as well as the degree to which new ways of thinking are encouraged.
Helen Kerkentzes, Associate Dean, Executive Education at LBS, said the strong results reflected the School’s ongoing commitment to being the learning partner of choice to the world’s most ambitious corporations and their people, supporting them to transform, grow and achieve their goals.
“We are guided by our commitment to our clients and their people and by our passion to deliver learning that transforms individuals, teams and organisations. Following the inescapable disruption of a global pandemic, we welcomed the opportunity to participate in the FT’s Executive Education ranking upon its return last year.
“I am delighted that we have continued to build on that success with this year’s result.
“The FT rankings are particularly meaningful to us, given the important contribution made by our clients and past participants. Their reflections on the value and impact of their LBS learning experiences have shaped these results. We are grateful for their participation and their continued trust in us.”