Henley has achieved outstanding results in the leading Economist (EIU) MBA ranking by retaining the number 2 position in the UK ranking and improved the position in Europe to 4th and to 14th in the World rank.
Principal Chris Bones said "This is a real recognition of the strength of the learning and personal development experience at Henley. Beating schools such as Wharton, MIT, INSEAD, LBS and Oxford is a significant accolade and real credit must go to Professor Susan Foreman and her team.
This ranking over all others is one that is almost totally driven by our consumers and to be ranked in the world's top 15 schools by them is particularly satisfying."
Professor Susan Foreman adds, "Our success reflects the dedication and hard work of the Faculty and staff at the College and the achievements of our students and alumni".
"Looking at the rankings in more detail we are delighted to be ranked Number 1 for 'Personal Development and Educational Experience' as this is at the heart of our MBA programme".
"Our current and future students will also be pleased to see that we rank Number 2 for 'Potential to Network' and Number 3 for 'Increase in Salary'."
EIU Rankings Editor, Bill Ridgers, in the official press release, states " With its outstanding faculty:student ratio, and highly experienced students, Henley Management College in the UK tops the 'personal development and educational experience' category.
The Full Ranking is available on the EIU web site www.which-mba.com