Financial Times Ranks AUC's School of Business Executive Education Open Enrollment Programs 71st Worldwide
The School of Business Executive Education program maintains its progression rising three places to 71st worldwide in the Financial Times list of executive education open enrollment programs in 2016. School of Business successfully maintains it’s positioning on the world map as the first business school in the Middle East competing among the world’s top schools.
This 18th edition of the FT’s executive education rankings includes the best 85 customized programs and the best 75 open programs worldwide. FT ranks academic institutions that offer open enrollment executive education programs by collecting data from the course providers as well as program participants and corporate clients. The criteria incorporate participants’ and clients’ satisfaction, the diversity of participants and faculty, as well as the schools’ international teaching and students.
In order to be listed, schools must meet the criteria, including being accredited by AACSB or EQUIS and they both accredit AUC School of Business.
In executive education, learning is never the end goal; executives and their organizations measure executive education success by the impact. Hence, together with rankings and accreditations, impact is the school’s true measure of success. The American University in Cairo School of Business Executive Education programs have for many years been acting as the leading regional platform for world-class executive education and networking to enable current and emerging business leaders to master the necessary tools to grow their businesses in a challenging global environment. The school’s executive education program includes international participants and a high percentage of loyal customers and repeat business, and therefore continues to be the main provider for a wide portfolio of open and customized executive programs for reputable organizations both in Egypt and in the region. The school uses executive education as a platform for connecting the region and the world.