The Financial Times Executive Education hub will help you choose the best management course for you. Evaluate business schools using our interactive rankings, and read our range of features and interviews in the online magazine.

The revival of executive education

illustration by Nick Lowndes
©Nick Lowndes

Short-course business is back - but heading in new directions

Columnists

Della Bradshaw ©Ed Robinson
Will free online courses undermine real-world programmes?
– Della Bradshaw
Simon Caulkin ©Ed Robinson
Managers, like doctors, should ‘first, do no harm’
– Simon Caulkin
Reuel Khoza blends South African philosophy with business acumen
– Nick Binedell, Gibs
Illustration of sailboats by Neil Webb
©Neil Webb

The rankings

The 2014 open enrolment and custom rankings

Ask the Expert

Q&A: Executive Education 2014

What can business schools achieve through executive education? Read advice from our panel of experts

Interviews

Haiti - Deborah Ancona, Laurent Lamont & Michel DeGraff
©Franck Rimpel

Leadership lessons in Haiti

MIT Sloan worked with the country’s government on social problems

Edward Zhu
©Tim Franco

A rising star in China

How Edward Zhu’s CHIC became a global business

Robert Kennedy
©Rosie Hallam

Robert Kennedy, Ivey School of Business

Canadian school aims for a return to the global top 20

a Women for the Board session at Westminster Business School in the UK
©Rosie Hallam

Getting high-flying women on board

Can business schools help them reach the top?

Divya Keshav
©Tom Pietrasik

Female leaders in emerging markets

Business education in developing economies

Reviews

Financial Times poll

The pros and cons of online learning

Also: business education, movie style

Book review: Who is the boss?

‘Boards that Lead’, by Ram Charan, Dennis Carey and Michael Useem

Technology: Nothing to wear

Why first-wave wearable gadgets are a poor fit