Globally recognised reputation for the highest quality

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Make use of Henley's accreditations

Globally recognised reputation for the highest quality

Study with Henley and profit from our positive image!

Public British universities such as the University of Reading, whose business school is Henley, are subject to the strict quality criteria of the British QAA (Quality Assurance Agency of Higher Education), which ensures that the high worldwide reputation of British university education is upheld.

In the MBA market, there are additional accreditations and rankings. The global accreditations for business schools (AMBA, EQUIS and AACSB) represent the highest level of quality assurance and are based on quality audits by other business schools. Henley is therefore regularly visited and audited by representatives of other accredited business schools. A small circle of only one percent of business schools worldwide is accredited by all three agencies (the so-called ‘Triple Crown’) and can be considered the top segment of business schools. Henley is proud to have been one of these business schools for many years, as this allows our students to benefit from our excellent reputation as part of the return on investment in their Executive MBA.

While accreditations represent the industry view, rankings reflect the view of the graduates. The Financial Times and The Economist regularly ask graduates about their experiences during their studies and compile ranking lists every year. In the MBA, Henley is regularly among the top 30 in Europe (FT 2019 EMBA / Economist 2018) and the results allow interested parties to create their own rankings based on their preferences.

UK government monitoring, triple accreditation and top rankings mean that Henley prospects can use a variety of different assessments to choose their MBA. This can serve to show people around you in the company, at work and in your private life that you are continuing your education at one of the leading business schools in the world.

Christoph Raudonat

Head of Henley Business School Germany