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Henley Management College in the UK has won the Queen’s Award for Enterprise for its success in exporting management education around the world.

The award recognises organisations that have shown a growth in overseas earnings over a sustained period of time.

Christopher Bones, college principal, says it recognises Henley’s “standing as a global player in executive development and education”.

Currently, 52 per cent of Henley’s students come from overseas and the international element of its earnings accounts for 47 per cent of its total income.


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