A list of the world's best master programs in Finance from the Financial Times noted the progress of the Business school Henley (Henley Business School). Year after year the rate of employment and the level occupied by the graduates of the faculty positions. As a result, today the business school is at the 15th place in the world (3rd in the United Kingdom) in the percentage of graduates employed within three months of graduation.
These showed better than any words speak about the level of the students, faculty, and equipment of world-known centre of the International Association of capital markets (ICMA Centre). It is in this center teaching programs in Finance at the Business school, Henley.
A multinational and diverse team
Half of the students and teachers are women, and 48% of permanent teachers are foreigners. Business school Henley ranked 2nd in the world in the number of foreign students that gives students of master programs in the field of Finance added advantage to study in an international team that introduces different cultures and develop a global approach to Finance.
Teaching and learning world-class
9 out of 10 teachers have Ph. D. and can boast of successes in scientific activity, but also practical experience. Many work consultants to world leading companies and are happy to share their experience and knowledge with students.
All for a successful career
ICMA Centre allows students to develop and improve the skills of professional services for financial exchanges. Due to this, 95% of graduates of the business school to get a job within 3 months of graduation. Equipment includes more than 100 terminals to work with the latest technology in trading software which created by "Thomson Reuters" and "Bloomberg".
Adrian bell head of ICMA Centre Business school Henley says: "I am extremely proud that our students demonstrate such rapid and sustained career growth. Our approach is to combine theory and practice in the various disciplines. Due to this, students are able to meet the requirements of the growing labour market in this area, which is famous for the high level of competition."