Executive MBA or MBA – how do I profit from that?

This is the third part of a mini-series in which we take a closer look at the Executive MBA and MBA. After having shown the differences between the programmes and what to consider when studying the EMBA, we now come to the question of what role such a programme will play in your career.

What are rankings and accreditation?

Rankings for EMBAs and MBAs follow separate criteria. Usually, schools are ranked by their MBA programmes and often the EMBAs follow those rankings. For smaller schools, rankings can be problematic as the size of intakes in part determines the position on the list. It is an easy calculation: the larger the intake, the higher the ranking. Henley Business School is a boutique school when it comes to their Executive MBA programme as we keep intake sizes intimate for each and every participant to enjoy as personalized tuition at highest quality standards.

What is more important, the triple accreditation of the Henley MBA is an honour that only few schools worldwide enjoy. The accreditation is a direct reflection of the quality of the programme and year after year, the Henley MBAs enjoy the ‘triple crown’.

The alumni network is another important factor to look at. If your network has a more international outlook and focus (or in case it should have), then Henley is your school! The Henley alumni network is an active, large, international network of over 80.000 professionals. We connect our alumni through regular international events, local events organized by the regional chapters and over our very own Henley Live platform.

Next week we will make a summary of the most important points in the series and our conclusion on the differences between MBA and EMBA. For any further questions and information, please contact Christoph.Raudonat@henleybschool.de

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CORONAVIRUS – WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW

The University of Reading and Henley Business School in Germany are closely monitoring the situation regarding the outbreak of coronavirus COVID-19 and we have established a senior group to direct the University’s response.

Our priority is to ensure the safety and wellbeing of all our staff, students and visitors and minimise disruption to University activities. We are following all government advice including health advice from Public Health England, the Health Authorities in Germany and travel advice from the Foreign and Commonwealth Office as well as the German Foreign Ministry.

For all programme participants and customers of Henley Business School Germany, we advise that it remains safe for most people to continue to go to work, school and other public places, as long as you comply with the guidelines provided by state authorities, of which a list of links can be found here below. We only ask you to stay away from public places (self-isolate) if advised to do so by a medical professional or other competent authority.

So far we have not been advised of any wider health implications for programme participants in Germany-based courses. However, if you have been traveling recently to affected areas and suspect that you might have been exposed to the virus, please do notify us early so that we can put in place the necessary measures for alternative access to course materials and lectures as you may need to self-isolate and not be able to participate in face-to-face workshops.

Information for the public on the outbreak of coronavirus, including the current situation in Germany and information about the virus and its symptoms is available on the Bavarian Health Ministry info page on the COVID-19 outbreak (in German).

We continue to reassure our customers that for the time being our programmes continue to run as planned. We have equipped our offices with extra hand sanitizers and increased the level of cleaning in the workshop spaces. Should you have any concerns, please do not hesitate to contact us. Should the situation change, we will inform all current programme members and customers directly as well as via this website.

We thank all our customers for their support and understanding in these trying times.

Who counts as case of suspicion and what are the current risk areas?

Telephone hotlines & further information

  • Corona hotline of the central Bavarian Health Authority, Bayerisches Landesamt für Gesundheit und Lebensmittelsicherheit (LGL): 09131/ 6808-5101
  • Corona hotline of the City of Munich’s Health Authority (Referat für Gesundheit und Umwelt): 089 233/ 47819 (8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.)

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