Henley Business School, which is now part of the University of Reading, is a business school. It was created by combining the formerly autonomous Henley Management College (originally the Administrative Staff College) and the University of Reading's existing business school. It presently has two campuses: Greenlands Campus near Henley-on-Thames, which was the original site of the Henley Management College, and Whiteknights Campus in Reading, as a result of the merger.
The school was triple-accredited by EQUIS, AMBA, and the AACSB as of 2020.
The Financial Times consistently ranks it among Europe's top 50 business schools, and it is one of just a few schools in the world to be triple-accredited for the quality and competency of its faculty and production. Henley operates as part of the University of Reading, which is ranked among the top 30 UK universities in the world (QS World University Rankings 2020), with 98 percent of research conducted at the university assessed as being of international stature (Research Excellence Framework)
As a Henley graduate, you'll be prepared to face large business issues, lead as a confident manager, and achieve your own career objectives.
At any given time, Reading is home to almost 19,000 students from more than 150 countries, yet individual support sessions are always available for students to discuss any issues they may have in confidence.
Henley will help you develop both personally and professionally by providing you with quality contact time with faculty members, career specialists, and peers. You'll go away with:
In the United Kingdom, Henley Business School has three locations. Greenlands is located on the Thames just outside of Henley-on-Thames, while the Whiteknights and London Road campuses are in the heart of the flourishing Thames Valley town of Reading.
Reading Town Centre boasts a vibrant student culture and a friendly, diverse community, so there is always something to do in Reading. Reading has everything you need from a home away from home, from eating at riverfront bars and restaurants to seeing live music and sports venues and enjoying the many parks and green areas.
It's an excellent place to visit in your leisure time, both within the UK and abroad. Reading is well connected, having direct rail and bus connections to many of the UK's major towns and airports, and is only a 25-minute train ride from London.
|Autumn term||8 September 2021||17 December 2021|
|Half term exams||25 October 2021||29 October 2021|
|Spring term||5 January 2022||8 April 2022|
|Half term exams||21 February 2022||25 February 2022|
|Summer term||25 April 2022||15 July 2022|
|Half term exams||30 May 2022||3 June 2022|
Award winners are expected to hold a PhD, Masters degree, or a first-class Honours degree in the United Kingdom or its international equivalent from a recognised, leading university or academic institution.
Outstanding professional experience will be taken into account as well.