HEC Paris, Harvard, and IESE top out list of schools

The Financial Times has published its 2011 global ranking of non-degree executive education programs. This annual ranking evaluates schools' open-enrollment programs, customized executive education programs, and a combined ranking for schools.

The top-ranked schools on the combined ranking include HEC Paris, Harvard, IESE, IMD, and Brazil's Fundação Dom Cabral.

For more information, please see the FT's coverage here.

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