In its latest ranking of open enrollment executive education management programs, the Financial Times has ranked IE Business School as 17th in the world. The data also showed that also found that IE’s executive education programs offer a transformative and growth-oriented experience that empowers participants to broaden their vision, boost their leadership, and continue to make a positive impact on society. Offered in hybrid, face-to-face, and online formats, the programs are uniquely focused on developing a mindset and attitude towards learning that encourages flexibility and the idea of continuous learning and personal growth.
“This ranking consolidates IE Executive Education's commitment to training innovative and sustainable leaders. In our programs we encourage managers to embark on new and ambitious growth processes in which to develop their own transformative leadership and strengthen their ability to manage complexity and uncertainty.”
Teresa Martín-Retortillo, Executive President of IE University Exponential Learning
This latest ranking follows on IE Business School’s success in other recent rankings including the Financial Times ranking of Online MBA programs (3rd in the world) and for entrepreneurial teaching (4th in the world, 1st in Europe).
The FT Executive Education ranking uses various parameters to analyze the quality of open-enrollment executive education programs, including course design and preparation, diversity of faculty and participants, development of management skills, and fulfilment of expectations.