AGSM Executive Education Open Programs ranked in the FT world’s top 50
Wednesday, 17 May 2017
Executive Education Open Programs offered by the AGSM @ UNSW Business School have again been ranked among the world’s finest in the latest Financial Times (UK) rankings - consolidating AGSM’s position as a leader in management education and executive business leadership development in Australia and the Asia-Pacific region.
Frank Kennedy, Executive Director, AGSM Executive Education says: "This strong result is a testament to our commitment to excellence across our programs. “Our Open Programs continue to be recognised for faculty diversity throughout our full range of innovative new programs specifically designed to develop leadership capability from emerging leaders all the way up to non-executive directors."
AGSM Executive Education offers Open Programs for the development of individual skills and Custom Solutions tailored to business needs in a dynamic development space that empowers leaders to address business challenges at the point in time it’s needed the most.
About the Financial Times (UK) survey
The Financial Times annual executive education survey evaluates open-enrolment programs for individuals. The ranking is mainly based on the satisfaction of participants and businesses; it highlights the quality and suitability of the programs, the coherence of what is being offered and teaching excellence.
The annual Financial Times survey of executive education programs is recognised as one of the most prestigious worldwide and is now in its 19th year.
For more information and to view the full rankings table, visit the
Financial Times Global Executive Education Ranking 2017 website.
For further information:
Alison Brown (Head of Brand & Communications, AGSM @ UNSW Business School)
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