IMI and Smurfit announce new business school rankings

‘Financial Times’ placings for Irish Management Institute and Smurfit Executive Development

Prof Ciarán Ó hÓgartaigh, dean of UCD Business, and Helen Brophy, director of Smurfit Executive Development, announcing that SED has been ranked 69th in the world and 34th in Europe, in the 2016 Financial Times Executive Education Rankings. Photograph: Shane O’Neill Photography

Prof Ciarán Ó hÓgartaigh, dean of UCD Business, and Helen Brophy, director of Smurfit Executive Development, announcing that SED has been ranked 69th in the world and 34th in Europe, in the 2016 Financial Times Executive Education Rankings. Photograph: Shane O’Neill Photography

 

Two Irish business schools have announced their international rankings for executive education programmes.

The Irish Management Institute said it achieved its highest Financial Times global ranking for customised executive education, rising 12 places to 52nd place in the category.

Smurfit Executive Development, a branch of the UCD Smurfit School, said it was placed 69th in the world and 34th in Europe in the Financial Times rankings for open enrolment programmes.