Financial Times Executive Education Rankings 2019
Cass Business School customised programmes are ranked as second in London
The Financial Times has published their Executive Education 2019 Rankings.
The Cass Executive Education customised programmes have been ranked as 2nd in London, as well as being ranked 8th in the UK and 24th in Europe.
This is the third year in a row Cass Executive Education has been included in the Financial Times Rankings and the School has seen an increase of 16 places globally since first featuring in 2017.
The rankings are based principally on measures of participants’ and clients’ satisfaction, as well as the schools’ international reach and faculty diversity.
Professor Paolo Volpin, Interim Dean of Cass Business School said:
“This is an excellent result for Cass and is testament to the strength of our Executive Education offering. I would like to thank Professor Andrew Clare, Associate Dean for Corporate Relations, the Executive Education professional staff and our faculty members whose continuing efforts contribute to the Executive Education client experience.”
Find out more about Executive Education at Cass Business School here.
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