Ashridge Business School

ashridge-logoAshridge is a leading international business school based in Hertfordshire, England. It has been a place of executive learning and development for over 50 years, having been founded in 1959 by visionary leaders from organisations including Shell, Guinness and Unilever. The site of Ashridge itself dates back to 13th Century when a monastery was established.

Ashridge Business School helps people and organisations to be the best. We take pride in working in partnership with some of the world’s leading business organisations in tackling the complex challenges they face, such as formulating and implementing strategic development, leadership and change. This website will show you how Ashridge Business School can help you, the individual, as well as how we can help your organisation – please call us or email us to find out more.

Ashridge provides executive education and management training through open enrolment programmes, programmes that are tailored to the specific needs of a particular organisation, qualifications programmes (MBA, MSc, Post-Graduate Certificate, Diploma and Doctorate), Organisation Consulting, Blended Learning Solutions (including the market-leading Virtual Ashridge) and Coaching.

Furthermore, Ashridge can help you with team-building and consolidation in our Ashridge Experiential Learning, Ashridge Psychometric and an award-winning Conference Venue Centre.

Ashridge’s Mission

Ashridge’s mission is to develop managers’ knowledge, skills, behaviours and practices in order to enhance their leadership potential, personal success, that of their organisations and of wider society. To achieve this mission, Ashridge offers an integrated portfolio of qualification programmes, research, executive education, consulting, facilitation, and coaching that is directly applied to the realities and challenges being faced by organisations.

Ashridge is an independent, self-financing management school with the legal status of a charitable educational trust established by an Act of Parliament. Following an Appeal to the House of Lords, the Bonar Law Memorial Deed of Trust was extended in 1983 for Ashridge to:

  • conduct a college for the education of persons in management and related subjects
  • undertake and disseminate research in management education
  • preserve Ashridge House for the benefit of the nation

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