AGSM Executive Programs rated number one for training in Asia Pac

AGSM Executive Programs rated number one for training in Asia Pac

Ranked number one in the Asia Pacific region in the Financial Times' top 100 executive education programs for 2011

UK newspaper Financial Times has ranked Australian Graduate School of Managemen Executive Programs the number one custom programs provider in the Asia Pacific region. The paper, which ranked 100 executive training programs, also placed the AGSM’s Custom Programs at 31 and Open Programs at 51 in the world.

AGSM Executive Programs executive director, Rosemary Howard, attributed the ranking to ongoing course preparation, program design, teaching and facilities.

"AGSM Executive Programs are based on the latest academic research and frameworks together with leading business practices to ensure that learning outcomes are optimised,” Howard said in a statement.

According to Howard, the results reflect the relevant and interactive learning experience offered to executives and management by the programs.

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