Monday, May 14, 2007

Queen's Best in Canada for Open Exec Ed Programs: Financial Times Ranking

KINGSTON, ON, May 14 /CNW/ - Executives have spoken, and they've ranked Queen's School of Business as the best in Canada, and 15th in the world for open enrolment executive education programs, according to the prestigious UK-based Financial Times annual ranking.

The 15th place world ranking positions Queen's above well-known schools such as Wharton, London Business School and MIT/Sloan.The school's world-class service model was recognized as third in the world for "Follow-up," which measures each school's diligence in providing "after-sale service" and networking opportunities when participants return to their workplaces. The school came second in the world in the category of "Repeat Business & Growth," a key indicator of participant satisfaction. In both cases, Queen's School of Business received the best score in NorthAmerica.

"The executive education marketplace is fiercely competitive and increasingly global, and we're proud that today's business leaders continue to view Queen's among the world's best," said Dr. David Saunders, Dean of Queen's School of Business. "The high marks Queen's received for customer service, repeat business and revenue growth demonstrate that when it comes to running a business, we practice what we preach."

Since 2000, Queen's School of Business has been ranked within the top 25
in the world for open enrolment executive education programs every year by the
Financial Times.



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