The Financial Times ranks Haslam 18th in the world in educating custom executives

“Time is a valuable asset for working professionals and we strive to provide a leadership training experience that takes into account time constraints and influences sponsoring organizations,” Behn said. “Our customized education programs offer participants the opportunity to experience the offerings of Haslam programs from locations around the world. We are honored that the Financial Times has recognized us for this work.”

In addition to the 18th International Rankings, Haslam’s ranking among all American schools (public and private) rose from 6th to 5th place. Among public institutions in the United States, the college remained in 3rd place. Haslam scored high on several scales of subcategories. , in particular in the Participant Follow Up, which is defined as “the scope and effectiveness of the follow-up offered after the course participants have returned to their posts.” In this area, Haslam ranked 9th in the world and 1st among U.S. public institutions. Overall, Haslam was one of seven U.S. institutions to be listed by the Financial Times.

This is the seventh year that the Financial Times has ranked Haslam’s custom management education programs among the top five among public institutions in the U.S. and the fifth year that its programs have been ranked among the top 20 worldwide.

The Financial Times ranks the 70 best business schools in the world that provide customized executive education, and its ranking is based on individual surveys completed by school clients and institutional data.

In addition to customized management education programs, Haslam offers short open enrollment courses, MBA programs for in-house professionals, full-time MBAs, and several specialized master’s programs. For more information on Haslam’s graduate and leadership education programs, visit the website postgraduate and managerial education Web page.

SOURCE University of Tennessee, Knoxville’s Haslam College business

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