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Executive business education

Following a successful October 2014 intake, Henley Malta is now accepting applications for the forthcoming October 2015 intake of the Flexible Executive Henley MBA.

Henley Business School is a global leader in executive business education and provides impactful and innovative programmes to individuals and organisations. The Henley Flexible Executive MBA’s unique learning format includes weekend workshops once every two months delivered by Henley tutors. The Henley MBA is well known to be particularly strong in leadership and personal development, with both modules weaved into every aspect of studies. In fact The Economist has just placed the Henley MBA third in the world for personal development.

Other categories Henley excelled in are eighth in Europe, second in the UK, 34th in the world, top in the world for potential to network and for breadth of alumni network, third in the world for personal development and educational experience, and ranked in the top 25 business schools in the world for faculty quality, student diversity and percentage of female students. Henley is also ranked in the top 50 business schools for post-MBA salaries.

The leadership and personal development modules are tackled at the very start of the MBA studies during the first workshop that is compulsory and delivered at the beautiful classic English setting of the Henley campus at Henley-on-Thames. The rest of the workshops are usually held in Malta, with the possible exception of one other workshop held within the international partner network, so that programme members gain more international experience.

The Henley MBA has been offered in Malta for over 20 years, generating a strong network of business partners. For more information about Henley Business School and the Flexible Executive Henley MBA programme delivered from Malta, contact Christine Caruana on info@henleymalta.com or 2131 1326. All enquiries are handled in strict confidence.

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