LAUSANNE, Switzerland, May 18, 2015 /PRNewswire/ --
The school has been ranked #1 in open programs four years in a row
IMD is dedicated to developing global leaders and that dedication has paid off. The 2015 Financial Times rankings have just been released and IMD has been once again acknowledged as one of the best institutions in the world in its field.
IMD has ranked consistently #1 on average in the FT's overall executive education rankings over the past eight years. This year's rankings place IMD at first in open programs for the fourth year in a row. IMD comes in as the third top school in the world in the combined customized and open programs category.
"IMD is 100% committed to real-world executive development and this commitment has been recognized by the FT for nearly a decade now," said IMD President Dominique Turpin. "We are extremely pleased and this shows that we deliver programs which focus on our clients' needs and have real impact. Even though the rankings are encouraging we will continue to strive to improve and innovate," he added.
See details of the full rankings on the IMD rankings page.
IMD is a top-ranked business school, recognized as the expert in developing global leaders through high-impact executive education. The school is 100% focused on real-world executive development; offers Swiss excellence with a global perspective; and has a flexible, customized and effective approach. Every year, IMD attracts 8,000 participants from close to 100 countries for a wide variety of executive development programs, including its highly regarded MBA and EMBA programs. The school's alumni network is structured into more than 40 clubs worldwide and counts more than 80,000 top international executives. IMD is based in Lausanne (Switzerland) and has an Executive Learning Center in Singapore.
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