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IMD Tops FT Executive Education Ranking Open Enrolment, IESE for Customised Programs

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For the seventh successive year, IMD has topped the FT Executive Education Ranking for open enrolment programs while IESE Business School retained the number one rank for customised programs for the fourth consecutive year.

FT noted that open enrolment programs targeting working managers registered a 10% growth to 2700 in 2017 compared to the previous year. The Lausanne, Switzerland-based IMD was also among the top three in eight of 10 criteria based on participants’ ratings.

In the second place for open enrolment programs is Oxford Said Business School that climbed up from the 4th rank in the previous year. For Said, it was its best performance in the open ranking.

IESE was in the third spot, falling from the second rank in 2017.

Stanford GSB managed to climb to 8th rank from 13th in 2017. Harvard, however, fell from 5th to 9th rank while UNC Kenan-Flagler climbed to 10th rank from 12th rank it held in the previous year.

In the fourth rank is Harvard Business School that also dropped one spot from the previous year. INSEAD is in the fifth rank, moving up from the 7th place in the previous year.

University of Michigan’s Ross School of Business is in the 6th rank, moving up from the 9th spot in the previous year. Stanford Graduate School of Business was in the 7th place, having climbed up from 13th rank in 2017.

University of Chicago’s Booth School of Business was another one that climbed to the 8th rank, from being placed 19 in the previous year. However, UVA Darden School of Business just about managed its ranking in the top ten, being placed 9th, dropping down from the 5th rank in 2017. The Centre for Creative Leadership was also in the 9th rank, dropping from its 6th rank in the previous year. There was no claimant for the 10th rank and at rank 11 was ESMT, Berlin.

Meanwhile, the Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore, retained its 64th rank. IIM Ahmedabad also managed to hold on to the 66th rank.

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The rankings cover a record 90 customized program and 80 open-enrolment programs across the world. The methodology is primarily based on measuring the participants’ and clients’ satisfaction along with the schools’ revenue growth, international reach and faculty diversity.

In Executive Education Customised Programs Ranking, IESE was number one for international clients and faculty diversity. It ranked second for its overseas programmes and partner schools. It was in the top five of all but one of the other nine criteria informed by its corporate clients.

In the second spot is Duke Corporate Education, pushing down IMD to the 3rd rank.

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 London Business School is in the 4th rank, up two spots from the 2017 rankings. HEC Paris has climbed to 5th rank from its 7th spot in the previous year.

Ranked 6th is INSEAD that has also moved up from 9th rank in 2017. However, SDA Bocconi fell to 7th rank from the 4th spot it held in the previous year.

Stanford GSB managed to climb to 8th rank from 13th in 2017. Harvard, however, fell from 5th to 9th rank while UNC Kenan-Flagler climbed to 10th rank from 12th rank it held in the previous year.

Meanwhile, IIM Ahmedabad moved up 6 places to rank 57. However, IIM Bangalore fell from 56 to 59th rank.(Image Source:flickr.com)

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