Strathmore Business School prides in the quality of its international module which is offered jointly by its partner schools spread across the world. This year, the Financial Times has ranked one of Strathmore Business School partner institution, IESE Business School, as the top business school in the world for executive education.
This award comes yet again after the institution scooped the same position last year. IESE’s international scope and reach, faculty and participants’ satisfaction have been highlighted as key contributing factors towards this success.
The SBS International modules offered through high impact programs offer unique opportunities for participants to learn from leading business schools.
In this year’s survey, IESE’s custom programs for teams and companies also earned the top praise from clients. The ranking reflects customer satisfaction with the flexibility, personalization and global scope and reach offered by the programs. Similarly, Strathmore Business School customized and open programs have displayed tremendous growth with clients showing great appreciation of the learning experience.
The ranking also highlights IESE’s international alliances with top business schools like Harvard, Wharton and CEIBS.
Mireia Rius, associate dean of Executive Education and member of the Executive Committee at IESE, welcomed the news: “Thanks to our international campuses, our deep network of alliances across five continents, and the development of innovative methodologies in our programs, we have entered a virtuous circle of learning that allows us to keep improving year after year.”
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