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Executive Education - Open - 2012

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Rank in 2012
Rank in 2011
Rank '10
3 yr. rank
School
Country
Preparation[1]
Course design[2]
Teaching[3]
Faculty[4]
Participants[5]
Skills[6]
Follow-up[7]
Aims achieved[8]
Food[9]
Facilities[10]
% Women[11]
Intl. part.[12]
Growth[13]
Intl. location[14]
Partner schools[15]
Fac. diversity[16]
Open Revenue ($m)[17]
14330IMDSwitzerland516263531236911043101704029941627120-
22431Harvard Business SchoolUS628321612170112206271210201119244129314143.8***
32533Thunderbird School of Global ManagementUS211010114060210622931125903225071044463-
41221Iese Business SchoolSpain226216193193317854212614431451212133201010-
55141University of Virginia: DardenUS31204221122531623020212553658254553205915.6**
61620145University of Chicago: BoothUS / UK / Singapore173103203111102131377133613192202991544852010464-
781084Essec Business SchoolFrance / Singapore7210271185141412184241514443044637039220615.3
86671London Business SchoolFeatured business schoolUK8313217414561170619252932323537363634175-
9713102HEC ParisFrance145149147116151113881122512213354100163144253106-
101817153InseadFrance / Singapore / UAE213169127134522011263142352193221106302317141541-
111212121Stanford Graduate School of BusinessUS161156222121311610237551017122651182512721883210-
122023185Esade Business SchoolFeatured business schoolSpain2572632532832711061223317081414915325615314712.9*
13152116ESMT - European School of Management and TechnologyFeatured business schoolGermany9925151172180271731301514323234541436251337.6*
1497102Center for Creative LeadershipUS / Belgium / Singapore / Russia121418384171121121101193201391252193123431523-
151015135University of Oxford: SaïdUK182189165166901531741501821002405155101041531959.8*
16-21-University of Michigan: RossUS175971314292593333243542235-
17109121Fundação Dom CabralBrazil15211515323339792195202137613443713141115173411111.4*
181710153Western University: IveyCanada / China20212418010423431228219211121437523115181610532213-
192428245University of Toronto: RotmanCanada417310493243102714442166524545063029307444391-
202119202University of Pennsylvania: WhartonUS13424220022171255181211801502932834213711301445-
21128144MIT: SloanUS1032781394182139457171223134418117247215703415169.8
221413162Northwestern University: KelloggUS1991772616291616334203102612721403451533624573419342-
232218214Columbia Business SchoolUS349206275213102321022524345143583101414127294271130-
241915196IE Business SchoolFeatured business schoolSpain37103774483592522241043293631873811821781831038113.0*
242728263Cranfield School of ManagementFeatured business schoolUK323198283208211241131186271235280388231462114718498-
262324242UCLA: AndersonUS232911116151020319620816328316442144465115515323015-
272626262Queen's University: SmithCanada271313303301378433153281162241405495208225405182-
2829--Kaist College of BusinessKorea113293242322335186503184011205564345201112444632-
292824273CeibsChina24141337137335423933844241328432543270341011656-
303640351University of St GallenSwitzerland2673912143343833573692232253114252414541207152241918.1
313338343Melbourne Business School, Mt ElizaAustralia337323311243282411245302421454181839340195662454015-
323230312SDA BocconiItaly46236541638242138214140232225339142362205003011266-
32304235InsperBrazil3682362322515763312471443133444437364251086315324217-
32445544Universidad de los AndesColombia281134235244341521648336547330141120161419895561-
354039382Ashridge Executive Education at HultUK3804214643451924743944233134043312644454925321226.2**
364344412York University: SchulichCanada3073363213122913695111389302631416406532028617894-
373731350ESCP EuropeFrance / UK / Germany / Spain / Italy445431450471304303251139550229543412563282022362811-
383131332IAE Business SchoolArgentina3954575294554415064054510265278272195124131803809.4*
394233381Henley Business SchoolFeatured business schoolUK432303362361261296490333385491342352602256532471-
404543431NHHNorway492224435404552281134627510346127652459152605325535
413736381Vlerick Business SchoolBelgium411140638942446745837041443742129153543347122128510.8*
424647451Aalto UniversityFinland / Singapore312352401461505267503342460376555631323236105326034.4*
424846452Stockholm School of EconomicsSweden / Russia / Latvia45244242139262140832729439856148158323244242061516.2
445156504AGSM at UNSW Business SchoolFeatured business schoolAustralia4763853416266321497541465441583372551227316164741117-
453433375Wisconsin School of BusinessUS3542810333278511144342103561216064056123417632532651-
463536390Incae Business SchoolCosta Rica / Nicaragua51157748448222242856649648332635470312751341223-
474950490University of Pretoria, GibsSouth Africa291347939104384964664115502201363391547481459535361-
48-44-Boston University: QuestromUS42462941344861375162492751405337-
494040431Edhec Business SchoolFrance5025144775074363713084775822691816164830474628-
505349510Nyenrode Business UniversiteitNetherlands48348649652658039835748249653225051824245314725809.1**
515452520Católica Lisbon School of Business and EconomicsPortugal4065035725415305704445733712393431481238539018115005.6*
525048504EMLyon Business SchoolFrance561534510491528566526513642385341226262492112261513-
5364--Nova School of Business and EconomicsPortugal587521055751126145510461758734461438114513493882253223212.1*
545454540Lagos Business SchoolNigeria54355258153160158438652152054128156218452127174523.9*
55565355Wits Business SchoolSouth Africa5515615035525455306505415525724206033211038030185418-
56525956Tias Business SchoolNetherlands525546536575643601759753454052634257039243510339435-
5762--EsanPeru630585595568593548534593630518441062328133273357415.6
58575055Grenoble Ecole de ManagementFeatured business schoolFrance653654600644480612572625592413423811171792103315.8*
5961--Solvay Brussels School of Economics and ManagementBelgium57449105655834014621602554613481229131458350147453184.1*
6062--Universidad Externado de ColombiaColombia537641641623475511055160360043551047257346124742742.7
61---University of British Columbia: SauderCanada61606263456443615347463322575348-
62595860Centrum CatólicaPeru5916226135926335236436326215974845965214422691623.7
626057603USB Executive DevelopmentSouth Africa62359154260156059162256056264035146433193313417642-
64---National University of Singapore Business SchoolSingapore6061636136656365575029169573417-
65656063Eada Business School BarcelonaFeatured business schoolSpain6406316506536516315826406505534321325653154022526.4
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Table notesAlthough the headline ranking figures show changes in the data year to year, the pattern of clustering among the schools is equally significant. Some 280 points separate the top school from the school ranked number 65. The top 15 schools, from IMD to University of Oxford: Saïd, form the elite group of providers of open enrolment programmes. The second group runs from University of Michigan: Ross to EMLyon Business School, ranked 52. Some 140 points separate these two schools. The third group is headed by Nova School of Business and Economics.
Footnotes

1. The provision of advanced information on content, and the participant selection process.

2. The flexibility of the course and appropriateness of class size, structure and design.

3. The extent to which teaching methods and materials were contemporary and appropriate, and included a suitable mix of academic rigour and practical relevance.

4. The quality of teaching and the extent to which teaching staff worked together to present a coherent programme.

5. The extent to which other participants were of the appropriate managerial and academic standard, the international diversity of participants, and the quality of interaction among peers.

6. The relevance of skills gained to the workplace, the ease with which they were implemented, and the extent to which the course encouraged new ways of thinking.

7. The level of follow-up offered after participants returned to their workplaces, and networking opportunities with fellow participants.

8. The extent to which personal and professional expectations were met, and the likelihood that participants would recommend the programme.

9. Rating of the quality of food and accommodation.

10. Rating of the learning environment’s quality and convenience, and of supporting resources and facilities.

11. The percentage of female participants.

12. Amalgamation of the percentage of participants from outside the business school’s base country and region.

13. Amalgamation of growth in revenues and percentage of repeat business.

14. The extent to which programmes are run outside the school’s base country and region.

15. The quantity and quality of programmes taught in conjunction with other business schools.

16. The diversity of faculty according to nationality and gender.

17. Income from open programmes in 2011 in $m, provided optionally by schools. Figures are based on average dollar currency exchange rates for 2011.

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