IU's Kelley School of Business executive education programs ranked among the world's elite
May 12, 2011
BLOOMINGTON, Ind. -- The executive education provider at Indiana University's Kelley School of Business remains among the top programs, as ranked by the
Kelley School of Business Graduate and Executive Education Center
From a base of more than 6,000 global business schools, 65 business schools worldwide were ranked by the
IU's Kelley School, the only Indiana business school to make the list, was ranked 11th among U.S. programs and 28th in the world.
"The Kelley School of Business prides itself in offering a full set of academic programs that spans the undergraduate, graduate and executive education arenas," said Dan Smith, dean of the Kelley School. "The
The rankings are compiled from responses to two sets of questionnaires. The first is a client survey, conducted through telephone interviews with top corporate executive education purchasers. The other is a review of statistical data provided by the business schools. Data from the client questionnaire accounts for 80 percent of the school's final score.
"Our corporate clients are telling us that we offer world-class executive education experiences," said John Cady, executive director for exective education at the Kelley School and its Kelley Executive Partners. "The executive education marketplace is very competitive and Kelley's corporate executive education programs are created in close partnership with our clients and designed to deliver tangible and measurable business and learning return on investment."
"Kelley's outstanding faculty and resources are a key differentiator for Kelley Executive Partners, both in the domestic and the international marketplace," Cady added.
Commenting on the competitiveness of the market, the
More information about Kelley Executive Partners is available online at http://www.indiana.edu/~kep/.