Rutgers Business School Executive Education ranks No. 9 in the U.S. by Financial Times

Financial Times released their rankings of the world’s leading providers of customized and open-enrollment executive education programs.  Rutgers Business School Executive Education (RBSEE) ranked higher again this year and advanced to #9 in the U.S. and #49 globally

RBSEE has moved up nearly twenty places globally since 2018.

Dean Lei Lei announced this milestone achievement to the RBS community: “I am very proud to share with you some wonderful news. RBS Executive Education, directed by Peter Methot, has moved to #9 in the U.S. and #49 globally in the 2020 Financial Times Open Enrollment rankings for Executive Education."

Peter Methot said: “I am honored and thankful for the continued exceptional work of the entire Executive Education team, the practical expertise of the faculty who teach in our programs and the learner/client outcomes achieved. It is truly a team effort and humbling to see our hard work recognized on a global stage.”

RBSEE students engaged in coursework discussions.
RBSEE students engaged in coursework discussions.

About 4,000 participants answered Financial Times’ open program survey in which participants scored the following categories: preparation, teaching methods and materials, faculty, quality of participants, new skills and learning, follow-up (after participants returned to their workplaces), aims achieved, food and accommodation, facilities, percentage of female course participants.

In addition to participant surveys, schools provided information on international clients, overseas programs, growth, partner schools and faculty diversity.

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