Founded in 1945, Henley is one of the oldest business schools in the UK and part of the University of Reading. We are among an elite group of business schools to be triple-accredited for the quality and capability of our faculty and output.
Henley offers a wide range of postgraduate degrees in the following programme areas:
Approach to learning
The Henley approach to learning is a highly respected blend of academic theory and practical application designed to nurture emotionally intelligent graduates. In addition, all of our Masters programmes prioritise self-development as part of the learning process, which graduates can utilise in their future careers.
Depending on your chosen course, we use a range of teaching and learning activities which may include:
Lectures delivered internationally recognised faculty members
Visiting industry leaders
Seminars, workshops and tutorials
Access to a virtual learning environment
Developing effective presentation skills
Some courses include international study trips and/or placements
Henley Careers & Professional Development
Our award-winning Henley Careers & Professional Development team aims to empower and enable you to leave the Business School confident in being able to progress your career forward successfully. We offer a range of services throughout your time as a Henley student and for up to four years after you graduate. Here is how we can help you:
Scholarships and funding
We offer a range of scholarships to support our Masters students. Funding is available to both home and international applicants, and across all our subject areas. Scholarships are awarded on a rolling basis, so we advise applicants to apply as early as possible to be considered.
Location and facilities
We’re part of the University of Reading’s Whiteknights Campus, which has been recognised as one of Britain's top green spaces for eleven years in a row.
Henley Business School has a library, exclusively for Henley students, as well as the newly refurbished central university library. Our International Capital Markets Association (ICMA) Centre has three dealing rooms with 100 trading simulation terminals supported by Refinitiv Eikon and Bloomberg. These rooms are an integral part of our programmes, as they give our students the chance to put theory into practice.
Set in the bustling town of Reading, there is a wide variety of retail outlets and entertainment facilities. Reading also has great transport links, as buses run 24-hours a day from the campus to the town centre, whilst you can get to London Paddington in 25 mins from Reading Railway Station.
If you would like to enjoy the countryside then there are plenty of attractive riverside towns and villages to discover along the beautiful Thames Valley, as well as country walks in the Chiltern Hills.