Saïd Business School tops the UK in the Financial Times Executive Education combined rankings 2011
The Saïd Business School at the University of Oxford has risen to 11th in the world and 1st in the UK in the combined ranking of Executive Education programmes compiled by the Financial Times, published on Monday 9 May.
Rising five places from last year Saïd has moved into the top ten providers of open enrolment programmes and is ranked joint 10th, the second highest UK school. The School also saw a rise of four places for custom programmes to be placed 17th this year.
Andrew White, Associate Dean of Executive Education said: "It is a major achievement to be ranked first of all UK schools in the combined table and testament to the high quality of both our custom and open enrolment programmes. Saïd has continued to deliver a range of highly-regarded, challenging and relevant programmes to an internationally diverse group of senior participants. This year we have introduced new open programmes including a new Diploma in Global Business and welcomed a range of new clients for our custom programmes which respond directly to the issues they are facing. This gives us a platform to continue our high level of performance, and enable our individual and organisational customers to benefit from working with us."