It is ranked among the world’s top 50 business schools by the Financial Times and The Economist.
In 2008, the Henley Management College merged with the University of Reading to form the Henley Business School. It consists of the School of International Business and Strategy; the School of Business Informatics, Systems and Accountancy (which includes the Informatics Research Centre); the School of Real Estate & Planning; the ICMA Centre; and Executive Education Programmes.
While the MBA and corporate learning activities are offered from the Greenlands campus, all undergraduate, postgraduate and PhD courses are offered from the Whiteknights campus of the University of Reading.
A former country estate of the Marquis of Blandford, the 130 hectare Whiteknights campus holds conservation meadows, a rare tree collection and a large lake.
In 2009 the School moved into a new building in Whiteknights, with facilities for lectures, conferences and visitors.
Henley Business School is one of the largest providers of business education in the world, and the third largest provider of MBA education.
The Henley MBA programme has been ranked at 34 globally. number one regionally and first worldwide for potential to network and breadth of alumni.
The executive MBA (EMBA) programme has been ranked at 36 worldwide by The Economist, Which MBA? 2014 rankings.