The Financial Times has ranked Alliance Manchester Business School 2nd in the UK for Customised Executive Education.
The School has risen 10 places to 21st globally in this year’s ranking of the best 90 customised Executive Education providers worldwide.
Programme providers are measured on participants’ and clients’ satisfaction, as well as growth in revenue, international reach and staff diversity.
Alliance MBS has been designing and delivering research-based Executive Education programmes for over 55 years. It works with corporate clients across a broad range of sectors, helping participants to further develop their skills and thrive by navigating future challenges and taking advantage of opportunities.
Programmes are co-created with each client, which allows organisations to tailor each course to meet the individual needs of their business and employees.
The School delivers programmes for national and international clients such Audi, the NHS Leadership Academy, the China Development Bank, United Utilities, InTouch Holdings and BAE Systems.
Professor Fiona Devine, Head of Alliance MBS, said: “We have risen 25 places in this ranking over the last two years, which is testament to the strength of our client relationships and the hard work of all my colleagues at Alliance MBS. We pride ourselves on growing our partnerships and delivering successful outcomes for every organisation we work with, which is confirmed by our position in this year’s ranking.”
View the full Executive Education ranking here.