AGSM Executive Education ranks in world's Top 50

Monday, 13 May 2013  Features

Executive Education programs offered by the Australian Graduate School of Management (AGSM) again rank among the world's finest in the latest Financial Times (UK) rankings.

The results solidify AGSM's position as a leader in management education and executive leadership development in Australia and the Asia Pacific region.

In a ranking of the top 100 Executive Education programs, the FT 2013 rates AGSM Exec​utive Education in the top 50 in both open and custom categories - a result that sees AGSM as is the only business school in Australia to be included in the world's top 50 full-time MBA and Executive Education programs.

This is the 8th consecutive year that AGSM ranks in the world's top 50 Executive Education programs.

Caroline Trotman, Executive Director, AGSM Executive Education says: "As the business environment changes at warp speed, building leadership capabilities is ever more important. Effective leaders need to be able to work with uncertainty and to view issues through a new lens".

Commenting on the role of Executive Education, Trotman cites Einstein: "We can't solve problems by using the same kind of thinking we used when we created them."

"Our Executive Education programs are designed to give people the ability to approach their challenges using new ways of thinking," she says.

AGSM Executive Education offers a portfolio of services including Open enrolment programs for the development of individual skills, In-house solutions customised to business needs, Consortium Programs targeting top talent teams as well as personalised coaching offerings.