The Financial Times announced today that Columbia Business School Executive Education ranks No. 1 worldwide in their 2001 Executive Education Survey — the second year in a row that Columbia Business School has achieved the No. 1 ranking. Columbia Business School also ranks No. 1 for course design, star faculty, value for money and aims fulfilled as part of this global survey.
This is the third year that the Financial Times has surveyed executive education course participants, corporate purchasers and business schools to rank the best programs worldwide. Columbia Business School Executive Education’s No. 1 ranking testifies to the superior open enrollment and custom programs that the School provides to leading multinational companies.