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Saïd Business School at the University of Oxford blends the best of new and old. We are a vibrant and innovative business school, but yet deeply embedded in an 800 year old world-class university. We create programmes and ideas that have global impact. We educate people for successful business careers, and as a community seek to tackle world-scale problems. We deliver cutting-edge programmes and ground-breaking research that transform individuals, organisations, business practice, and society. We seek to be a world-class business school community, embedded in a world-class University, tackling world-scale problems.

In the Financial Times European Business School ranking (Dec 2016) Oxford Saïd is ranked 11th. It is ranked 1st in the UK and 4th worldwide in the FT’s ranking of open enrolment programmes (May 2017) and 2nd globally for aims achieved in the FT ranking of MBA programmes (Jan 2017). The MBA is ranked 3rd in Businessweek’s full time MBA ranking outside the USA (Dec 2016) and is ranked 5th among the top non-US Business Schools by Forbes magazine (Sep 2015). The Executive MBA is ranked 2nd worldwide in the Economist’s Executive MBA ranking (Sep 2015) and 9th worldwide in the FT’s ranking of EMBAs (Oct 2016). The Oxford MSc in Financial Economics is ranked 11th in the world in the FT ranking of Masters in Finance programmes (Jun 2017). In the UK university league tables it is ranked first of all UK universities for undergraduate business and management in The Guardian (May 2017) and 2nd in The Times (Sept 2016).



Varies from 3 days course to 6 week programme



The Leadership 4.0 Portfolio in Malaysia demonstrates Oxford’s ability to provide Corporate Education that creates shareholder and stakeholder value, at scale across the globe, and continues our work with governments to accelerate public policy execution and national competitiveness. Malaysia is adopting an enlightened and proactive approach to dealing with emerging challenges of the Fourth Industrial Revolution, recognising the importance of life-long learning, and the value of innovative educational interventions that drive outstanding performance at the level of the individual, the business, and the nation.’



Harnessing the deep experience of Oxford Saïd in areas of ‘Industry 4.0’, strategy, futures, leadership, operational excellence and organisational design, we have designed a portfolio of leading-edge and relevant programmes that will enable Malaysian professionals to develop the insight, knowledge and foresight needed to take their organisations and enterprises to the next level and contribute to the future success of the Malaysian economy.

The Leadership 4.0 portfolio initially comprises three main elements:

The Oxford SME Exponential Learning Lab has been designed specifically for leaders in small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) to develop solutions to the challenges and opportunities presented by a complex mix of technological and social advances, geopolitical changes, established and emerging markets, and an increasingly mobile talent pool. Key to this programme is the objective of creating impact at scale. Between 100 and 150 SME leaders will attend each week-long programme in Oxford, with the aim of developing individuals at the same time as shaping the future SME ecosystem that Malaysia needs for success.

The Oxford Leadership 4.0 Programme is aimed at senior leaders in large corporations, multinational and international companies. It will transform their understanding of the critical role that leadership plays at the individual, organisational and systemic level in the context of the fourth industrial revolution and the advent of ‘Industry 4.0’.

In addition, Oxford Saïd will bring subject-matter experts to Malaysia for a series of Masterclasses on key themes including the future of work, brand and innovation.


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