Give & Take in a Network of International Executives

To shape the 21st century together, we at Henley Business School are convinced that successful executives should be in a position to say the following:

„I think and act internationally. I am member of a network of executives in which I regularly discuss the topics I and others engage in across country and organisational boundaries. Thereby, I gain new impulses leading to new thought and action.“

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A global mindset during and after your studies

In the Henley Executive MBA international managers and leaders aged between 30 and 50 learn in the environment of a global business school with campuses in the UK, Finland, Germany, Malaysia and South Africa.
They expand their global mindsets and earn the Henley MBA degree whose leading position is confirmed by other leading business schools through the accreditation by AACSB (US), AMBA (UK) and EQUIS (Europe).

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From day one of their studies, our Executive MBA students are members in the globally leading network of executives: the Henley alumni organization with 70.000 members was again ranked in 2017 as #1 in the world for the opportunity to network by The Economist.

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Furthermore, our graduates place us regularly among the Top 20 Europe Executive MBA programmes in the Financial Times ranking. Our students earn a ‚Global Passport‘ supporting global careers.

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In this sense, we see Henley Business School as a place for appreciative exchange, where everybody gives and takes to support a self-organized global network. In Munich, the Henley Campus is a modern interpretation of the ‘Dorflinde’, the linden tree at the centre of many towns, inviting our students and alumni for formal interactions through business and social events and informal encounters alike.

Your benefit at a glance

In times of information overload, exchanges between people become more valuable. Especially valuable are those insights gained from encounters with people you do not usually meet in your everyday lives. Safe environments of formal and informal interaction across technical, organisational, cultural and industry borders promote this exchange – many innovations stem from learning from others and the transfer of insights and experiences into other areas.