U-M Ross Executive Education Ranked Top 10
The Financial Times recently ranked the University of Michigan Ross School of Business 10th globally for executive education. This new ranking puts Ross among the top ten in the world for open-enrollment education programs for executives looking to gain knowledge and skills for career advancement and effectiveness.
Ross Executive Education programs are led by faculty experts in the fields of leadership, management, and strategic human resource management. The Ross Executive Education portfolio ranges from a week-long program in advanced leadership on Mount Kilimanjaro in Africa to a branding strategy program in Hong Kong. Ross offers open-enrollment in Ann Arbor, Hong Kong, Kuala Lumpur, and India, as well as custom programs throughout the world. Each program features cutting-edge content, applicable tools, and high-level networking that executives can leverage to improve effectiveness among staff and organizations.
To learn more about the Financial Times rankings, visit http://rankings.ft.com/businessschoolrankings/executive-education-open-2013.
The Stephen M. Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan is a vibrant and distinctive learning community grounded in the principle that business can be an extraordinary vehicle for positive change in today's dynamic, global economy. The Ross School's mission is to develop leaders who make a positive difference in the world. Through thought and action, members of the Ross community drive change and innovation that improves business and society.
The Ross School is consistently ranked among the world's leading business schools. Academic degree programs include the Full-time MBA, Part-time MBA (evening and weekend formats), Executive MBA, Global MBA, Master of Accounting, Master of Supply Chain Management, Master of Entrepreneurship, BBA, and PhD. In addition, the school delivers non-degree, open-enrollment, and custom executive education programs targeting general management, leadership development, and strategic human resource management.