Ashridge Executive Education is based at Ashridge House in rural Hertfordshire in the south of England, about 40km from London where teaching also takes place. Ashridge is a specialist business school offering full and part-time MBAs, Masters in Management and a range of specialist masters degrees.
Students are taught by business professionals and consultants with significant experience of the industry. Ashridge Executive Education has strong corporate links, flexible start times and course structures. The School offers consulting to a number of companies such as Nokia and Fujifilm and is part of just one per cent of business schools worldwide which are accredited by UK, European and US MBA accrediting bodies.
Students are offered individual support with their academic studies and general life at Ashridge and, as part of the MBA programme, personal development workshops are provided. This includes job search techniques, CV development, presentation skills and online career support.
Ashridge can also help with information about accommodation and relocation to the UK. Ashridge Executive Education is a highly trusted sponsor with the UK Border Agency and can therefore provide advice on visas and the necessary paperwork to study in the UK.
The Financial Times ranks Ashridge Executive Education 23rd in its combined rankings, while custom rankings are 3rd in the UK, 10th in Europe and 16th globally. Open programmes are 5th in the UK, 14th in Europe and 33rd globally.
Ashridge Executive Education is located near Berkhamsted in Hertfordshire in the south of England. The Ashridge campus is based on one of the largest Gothic Revival country houses in England, surrounded by hundreds of acres of National Trust parkland. Students will study in both Ashridge and London.
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