Financial Times ranks Queen’s Executive Education among top 25 in the world

Posted on May 26, 2009

Once again the Financial Times has ranked Queen’s School of Business as one of the top open enrolment executive education programs in the world, coming in at #21 according to the prestigious UK-based annual ranking. The global ranking positions Queen’s above well-known schools such as Oxford’s Saïd Business School, Esade Business School and the Booth School of Business at the University of Chicago.

The school’s world-class service model was recognized as fourth in the world for “Follow-up,” which measures each school’s diligence in providing “after-sale service” and networking opportunities when participants return to their workplaces.

Since 2000, Queen’s School of Business has been ranked within the top 25 in the world for open enrolment executive education programs every year by the Financial Times. With a growing list of custom executive education clients, Queen’s entered the custom executive education rankings for the first time, achieving a combined ranking (open and custom) of #31 in the world.

The complete rankings can be found on the FT website at http://www.ft.com/businesseducation/executiveeducation2009.


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