UBC Sauder School of Business’ open enrolment and custom programs have both been recognized as #11 in North America in the newly-released Financial Times Global Executive Education Rankings for 2023, and are consistently ranked among top providers of executive education by the Financial Times.
The UBC Sauder Executive Education Open Enrolment Program has been ranked among the top professional development programs for managers and senior leaders, placing 11th in North America in the annual global rankings, and the UBC Sauder Executive Education Custom Program – which involves tailor-made courses for corporate customers – was also ranked 11th in North America.
“We’re proud to be so highly ranked in the competitive executive education space,” says Bruce Wiesner, associate dean of UBC Sauder Executive Education. “Both our custom and open enrolment offerings continue to evolve with the times and needs of our clients. This is an incredibly disruptive space that propels us to innovate on an ongoing basis. We know our clients want more flexibility and cutting-edge knowledge, so we stay focused on ensuring we’re providing the tools and insights they need to succeed. We also know that those who embrace lifelong learning and professional development have distinct advantages in the workplace.”
The 2023 Financial Times Executive Education Rankings identify the top customized and open-enrolment programs worldwide, and are based primarily on measures of participants’ and clients’ satisfaction, as well as the schools’ growth in revenue, international reach and faculty diversity.
UBC Sauder Executive Education offers a comprehensive range of open enrolment programs, from shorter courses for the broader business community to immersive weeklong programs for senior leaders, with training designed to have an immediate, positive impact on performance.
As Western Canada’s leading executive education provider, UBC Sauder Executive Education has increased its impact with the addition of innovative new programs to its roster in recent years, and now delivers hundreds of programs to thousands of executives every year.