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Henley and LBS among The Economist’s Top 25 MBA Programs

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Two London-area schools — Henley Business School – University of Reading and London Business School — are among the top 25 full-time MBA programs in the world, according to the latest rankings by The Economist.

Henley came in No. 22 in the rankings, and London Business School was No. 24.

Additionally, The Economist ranked Henley No 1 in the UK for educational experience (“an appraisal of the quality and diversity of the student body and faculty members, together with the program content and personal development”) and No. 1 in the world for potential to network, according to a press release from the school.

In that release, Henley Dean John Board said it was “particularly gratifying that Henley continues to occupy the No. 1 spot in the world for the size and reach of our alumni network.” Henley has 70,000 alumni across 150 countries.

The Economist ranks its choices for the top full-time MBA programs in the world based on a combination of data and student reviews.

The overall No. 1 in the Economist rankings was Booth School of Business – The University of Chicago. Eight of the schools in the top 25 are in Europe. The top-ranked full-time MBA program in Europe is HEC School of Management in Paris (No. 5 in the world).

Other London-area full-time MBA programs in the rankings included Cranfield School of Management, No. 52; Cass Business School – City University, London, No. 54; Judge Business School – University of Cambridge, No. 61; and Saïd Business School – University of Oxford, No. 77.

 

 

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