The AUC School of Business Executive Education open-enrolment programme moved up an impressive five places in the Financial Times (FT) rankings.
This year, the programme ranked 62, maintaining its position as the only ranked business school in the Arab region and one of only three in Africa. The achievement highlights the programme’s commitment to providing relevant, practical and high-quality education to business professionals worldwide.
“We are thrilled to see the AUC School of Business Executive Education programme rise five places in the Financial Times rankings. This recognition is a testament to the hard work and dedication of our team and instructors, who have worked tirelessly to provide relevant and innovative programmes to our participants,” said Mohamed AbdelSalam, Executive Director of Executive Education, at AUC School of Business. “Maintaining our position as the only ranked business school in the region is a great honour and further motivates us to continue providing world-class executive education to business professionals across the globe.”
FT rankings are based on various data provided by learners and institutions alike, assessing factors such as alumni salaries, career progression, diversity and faculty research, among others. The aim of the rankings is to help prospective MBA students and employers make informed decisions about which programmes to choose or recruit from, respectively.
The AUC School of Business ranking is a testament to its service that provides world-class executive education experience, which offers a wide selection of open-enrolment programmes designed to meet the needs of business professionals at all career stages through an up-to-date curriculum, experienced instructors, customised learning, interactive teaching methods and an array of networking opportunities.
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