Financial Times ranks UNC Kenan-Flagler No. 8 in world for custom executive programs
The Financial Times has again ranked the custom executive education programs of the University of North Carolina Kenan-Flagler Business School among the best in the world.
The Financial Times ranked UNC Kenan-Flagler No. 8 overall in the world and No. 4 in the United States for its customized leadership development and business education programs that help organizations address business challenges.
UNC Kenan-Flagler also ranked highly in many individual categories, notably as No. 2 in the world for value and No. 1 in the United States.
“Our Financial Times rankings have trended upward year over year, and these new rankings reflect our faculty and staff’s commitment to excellence,” said Susan Cates, president of UNC Executive Development. “They are especially gratifying since the methodology relies heavily on direct feedback from the clients we serve. We are particularly pleased to be recognized by our partners for the value we bring to their organizations through their talent development efforts. We are very fortunate to work with so many great organizations, supporting them as they invest in their talent to drive business results..”
UNC Executive Development also ranked among the top 5 schools internationally in the categories of program design, preparation, teaching methods, faculty and future use. It ranked among the top 10 schools internationally in the categories of new skills and learning, aims achieved, and facilities.
For over 50 years, UNC Kenan-Flagler has served organizations based in North Carolina, across the United States and around the world. For more information about UNC Executive Development, visit www.uncexec.com. For the complete Financial Times rankings, visit http://www.ft.com/intl/business-education.