Globally recognised reputation for the highest quality

Study with Henley and profit from our positive image!

Not only is Henley Business School constantly monitored by the British QAA, we also hold the 'Triple Crown' accreditation, giving us the honour of being amongst only few other top universities in the world. Ranking lists that focus on the students' opinions also list Henley Business School under the top 30 in Europe on a regular basis!

Expertise on demand

Students have the possibility to consult experts from all over the world

Being a Henley Executive MBA student bears numerous advantages and possibilities. On the one hand, you are being treated at eye level, resulting in a constantly evolving teaching approach based on feedback from the students. On the other hand, you always have full access to the Henley experts who will do their best to support you – even outside of the workshops.

The local and global Network

For students it is important to associate into social communities of local and global dimensions

When studying for the Henley Executive MBA - Global, you are not alone – on the contrary! Starting from the learning groups in which all kinds of academical and private topics can be discussed to the international workshops where experiences from different countries come together to the alumni network of almost 80,000 graduates, you will always find a helping hand.

News from the Campus – October Edition

We have taken advantage of having fewer workshops over the last two months to implement the necessary changes in our Munich campus to meet the new...

Receive Feedback

Learn more about the different feedback systems at the Henley Business School

Rather than relying solely on school grades, Henley's Executive MBA - Global programme comes with a very personal feedback system: By giving detailed information on how good they are in different areas, how important these areas are to them and helping them individually via coachings and workshops, we hope to bring forth good grades along with an even better personal development!

Director's Thoughts – October 2020

Returning to normal bit by bit

It is Back to School in October, also for Henley Business School. After the COVID-19 lockdown, Henley’s Greenlands campus invites students back into the class rooms, with highest hygiene standards in place. Furthermore, Henley in Germany is now fully set up for hybrid delivery of workshops and MasterClasses. In September, two events took place that put our investments into technology to the test: a coaching information evening and a Leadership MasterClass with Prof. Ben Laker. Read all about it in this month’s Director’s Thoughts.

Learning from the experiences of others

Experience exchange with faculty members, well-known guest speakers and through company visits

At Henley, not only do we ensure a balance between theory and practice, we encourage the students to exchange knowledge amongst one another. Combined with experienced guest speakers and company visits, the Executive MBA guarantees an ideal learning approach that relies on the combined, widespread experiences of all parties involved!

An introduction to eco-coaching

What is so special about this trend?

This special type of coaching thrives on the deep connection between nature and man and uses it to empower it's participants physically, mentally and emotionally. If done correctly, eco-coaching provides not only a fresh alternative to regular coaching sessions but can also really help to bring the coachee further!

The Benefits of Theory can be seen in Practice

Most Henley courses include practice parts outside the classroom

Making our Executive MBA students apply their acquired knowledge to a company of choice through practical modules during studies has more than just one advantage: The students gain immediate practical experience and become visible throughout their companies, which in turn may take direct profit from their employee's actions!

How I became a more successful manager by getting to know myself

About the influence of reflective learning

Christoph Raudonat speaks about his experiences with the Henley coaching programme. He explains how it not only taught him how to coach others, but also how it made him reflect on himself. This, in turn, led to his very own personality development.