Schulich’s Executive Education (Schulich ExecEd) program ranked 32nd in the world and second in Canada in the 23rd edition of the Financial Times rankings of the world’s leading providers of customized and open-enrollment executive education programs.
The executive education rankings include 50 of the top schools providing both custom and open courses.
“Schulich ExecEd is proud to announce that we have achieved the highest Financial Times rankings ever for our unit,” says Rami Mayer, executive director, Schulich ExecEd. “Financial Times is a prestigious annual ranking which evaluates the quality of the school’s executive education based on many factors such as program design, quality of faculty, support offered to the learner pre, during and post the learning event as well as the overall learning experience. This achievement is extremely meaningful, particularly this year as it formally recognizes the calibre of our offerings in a year of change with much innovation across all lines of business. Thank you for the tremendous support we have received from our faculty and staff.”
The results cap a year-long overhaul of the Schulich Executive Education Centre (SEEC), which has recently rebranded as Schulich ExecEd. Learn more about Schulich ExecEd online. Additional information about the top 50 executive education providers can be found on the Financial Times website.