Founded in 1945, Henley Business School was the first business school in the UK and is one of the oldest and most respected schools in Europe. With over 7,000 participants, we are one of Europe’s largest full-service business schools.
Henley Business School is constantly ranked among the world’s top 50 business schools by the Financial Times and The Economist. We are also among the very few business schools – the top 1% in the world – to be triple-accredited by the leading UK, European and US accrediting bodies (AMBA, EQUIS and AACSB) for the quality and capability of our faculty and output.
Henley Business School provides rigorous, challenging and career-oriented programmes that set high standards of learning. You are presented with stimulating concepts and new thinking that is immediately applicable in the workplace. Moreover, you will gain the ability to apply knowledge to real-life situations. The result will be tangible, significant and enduring.
We aim to empower individuals to become great professionals and outstanding business leaders who think with clarity and act with confidence and conviction. Our strength lies in our approach. We enable people to better understand themselves and their responsibilities while at the same time blending the practice and theories of successful business.
The Henley Alumni network is a dynamic and engaging community of more than 70,000 people in over 170 countries.
Henley Business School is recognised for
- Being a truly international business school
- The excellence of our learning experience
- World-class research and thinking
- Our sense of community and responsibility
- The strength of our networks
- The breadth and depth of our relationships with industry
As part of the University of Reading, Henley operates within an academic institution that is placed within the top 1% of all global universities.
In Finland, Henley Business School has provided MBA programmes since 1986. Today, our portfolio includes the Henley Executive MBA as well as customised and open Executive Education programmes.
Financial Times and Economist rankings
Quality of faculty, networking opportunities, personal development and potential to increase your salary are vital in selecting MBA, Executive MBA or Executive Education providers. Only few business schools and MBA programmes in the world are ranked high on a regular basis.
In the Nordic region, there is no other school than Henley Business School to break its way into high places in global rankings with so many management education programmes.
In 2016, Henley Business School rose again in the Financial Times rankings of the best Executive MBA programmes and maintained its position as one of the world’s top 50 and Europe’s top 20 business schools. Also, for Executive Education programmes, the Financial Times results placed Henley Business School 20th in the world and 12th in Europe.
The Economist places Henley Business School number 36 in the world and top 10 in Europe in its 2015 rankings for Executive MBA programmes.