Miami Herbert executive education programs continue to climb in Financial Times ranking

Out of 90 schools, Miami Herbert ranked top 3 nationally, and top 5 in the Americas.
Miami Herbert executive education programs continue to climb in Financial Times ranking

The University of Miami Patti and Allan Herbert Business School made significant strides in the latest Financial Times Executive Education rankings, moving up in several key categories.

Out of 90 institutions evaluated, Miami Herbert ranked No. 3 for custom executive education programs in the United States among Thunderbird School of Global Management at Arizona State University and the Haslam College of Business at the University of Tennessee to complete the top three. This advancement underscores the school’s commitment to lifelong learning and its growing influence in the field of executive education.

“To see our executive education programs continue to rise in the rankings is a testament to our brand and pedagogy in custom programs,” said Rony Shir, assistant dean of executive education programs at Miami Herbert. “What sets us apart is that our clients are integral to the design process. We empower them to take significant ownership over the learning and creative process, ensuring that both organizational and individual needs are met. Our faculty tailor the learning specifically to the context within each company.

“We also invite key client stakeholders to join the sessions and share their perspectives on the competencies and learnings throughout the program. This collaborative approach creates a lasting impact, helping leaders shift their thinking and apply new insights immediately to their roles. Plus, we deliver this experience on our Miami campus, providing a welcoming environment for their learning journey.”

Key highlights from the Financial Times survey include:

  • International Clients: Miami Herbert’s global reach was a key factor in the higher ranking for 2024. Its increased percentage of international clients with headquarters outside the U.S., with an emphasis on its hemispheric connection to Latin America, as well as Europe-based companies, fueled a jump in this component of the ranking.
  • Growth:  As a division, executive education experienced significant growth this year. Miami Herbert surpasses the industry average in client retention, showcasing the school’s ability to deliver transformational programs that contribute directly to a company’s ROI.
  • Faculty Diversity: Situated in the diverse metropolitan city of Miami, where more than half of its residents were born outside the U.S., the school’s faculty reflects this diversity, ranking among the top. This

Miami Herbert’s climb in these rankings is a reflection of its strategic focus on innovation, internationalization, and impactful partnerships. The school’s fully customized, adaptable, and innovative executive education programs aim to equip business leaders with the skills and knowledge needed to navigate today’s complex business landscape.

For more information about Miami Herbert’s executive education programs, visit Miami Herbert Executive Education.