IMD Business School Ranked #1 in Open Programs by the Financial Times for 7th Consecutive Year

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IMD Business School maintains its reputation as one of the best business schools in the world by the Financial Times in its 2018 Executive Education Rankings.

IMD earns the #1 ranking in open programs and the #3 ranking in custom programs for the seventh consecutive year.

According to the FT, “the Swiss school has established itself as a benchmark for open-enrollment courses — but quality comes at a high price. Yet despite the cost, the number of campus open-programme participants in 2017 increased by nearly 10% to 2,700 from 2016. More than 10% of MBA alumni return to the school to participate in executive courses, specifically in leadership and digitization.” Seán Meehan, dean of the MBA program at IMD said, “one thing you ignite on a good MBA program is the desire to learn. They have a real desire to continue to learn. They never feel the job is done.”

Congratulations to IMD!

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