For the sixth year in a row, FT ranked Dardenís faculty, as the best in the business

The Financial Times announced today that the Darden School of Business’ Executive Education programs rank among the top in the world. For the sixth year in a row, FT ranked Darden’s faculty #1, as the best in the business.

In the Open Enrollment category of the publication’s annual global rankings of executive education programs, Darden is ranked second in the world. In the past six years, Darden’s Open Enrollment programs have consistently been ranked in the top five globally.

“The success reflects the team’s efforts from start to finish,” said David Newkirk, CEO of Darden Executive Education. “From the time an individual inquires about executive education at Darden, to his or her on-grounds experience, to the faculty, staff, and administration, the team here delivers excellence with the highest level of impact and service.”

The faculty members who teach in Darden’s Executive Education program are the same professors who teach in the School’s highly-ranked MBA program.

“They deliver superior learning experiences,” said Darden’s Dean Bob Bruner. “They are ranked as the world’s best in executive education and in the MBA world. Our professors are truly extraordinary.”

The Financial Times executive education rankings are based on surveys of participants in executive education programs taught at business schools around the world.

  • Fecha de Publicaci√≥n: May 12, 2009

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