Executive Education for alumni

 

Continue your lifelong learning journey with Oxford Saïd's Open Enrolment Executive Education programmes.

Our Open Programmes are ranked number one in the UK and fourth globally, and attract a wide array of executives from across the world. We challenge every participant to change the way they think about their challenges, and how they will implement changes when they return to their organisations.

As part of your ongoing relationship with us, we are delighted to offer Saïd Business School alumni and degree-holding Oxonians a special alumni rate of -15% on the range of Open Enrolment Executive Education programmes. See the full programme listing here

Saïd Business School degree and diploma alumni can also benefit from a -25% special alumni rate on the selection of programmes listed below:

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Oxford Advanced Management and Leadership Programme

6-26 October 2019

7-27 June 2020

Candidates who have held senior roles for a period of at least 10 years Dr Lalit Johri, Senior Fellow in International Business
Oxford Chicago Valuation Programme

27 April - 1 May 2020

Financial and professional services, business owners, finance managers and senior executives looking for an applied knowledge of valuation Andreas T. Angelopoulos, Executive Director, Private Equity Institute
Oxford Private Equity Programme

8-12 June 2020

Professionals across the corporate finance, investment management and private equity industry Tim Jenkinson, Professor of Finance and Director of the Private Equity Institute
Oxford Programme on Negotiation

20-25 October 2019

14-19 June 2020

Senior executives with an average 10+ years experience, from private, public and non-profit sectors Tim Cullen MBE, Associate Fellow
Oxford Real Estate Programme

23-28 March 2020

Senior executive from real estate companies, REITs, fund and wealth managers, family offices, banks, service providers and insurance/pension funds, endowments and sovereign wealth funds Andrew Baum, Visiting Professor of Management Practice
Oxford Driving Disruptive Growth

15-19 June 2020 

Senior leaders who need to reinvent their organisations approach to growth, are looking to scale their business or are seeking to explore new opportunities for growth both nationally and internationally Andrew Stephen, L’Oréal Professor of Marketing
Delivering Value Trough Digital 

16-19 July 2019 

30 June - 3 July 2020

Senior managers with responsibility for digital investments in marketing, customer experience and organisational growth Andrew Stephen, L’Oréal Professor of Marketing
Oxford Impact Measurement Programme

15-19 July 2019 

29 June - 3 July 2020

Professionals and executives interested, or actively engaged in social and environmental outcomes and impact measurement

 

Karim Harji, Associate Fellow
Oxford Social Finance Programme

4-8 November 2019 

Those interested in, or actively engaged in, the greater social finance industry

Gayle Peterson, Associate Fellow
Oxford Scenarios Programme

20-25 April 2020

28 September - 2 October 2020

Individuals and teams with responsibility for strategy, planning or leadership Rafael Ramirez, Professor of Practice
Oxford Impact Investing Programme

16-21 March 2020

Philanthropists, investors, financial executives, wealth managers, consultants and other leaders working in the social finance sector Gayle Peterson, Associate Fellow
Oxford Corporate Affairs Academy

7 April 2020 / 6 October 2020

Senior corporate affairs directors of major international companies Rupert Younger, Director of the Oxford Centre for Corporate Reputation 

Alumni must apply via the standard process and places are subject to availability. We ask you to identify yourself as an alumnus/na on your application for your alumni benefit to be recognised.

For more information about any of the programmes, and to discuss your learning goals please contact our Open Programmes team at execed@sbs.ox.ac.uk

Alumni testimonial

Kelly Carter

Oxford Programme on Negotiation 2015

“Having attended a programme at Saïd Business School previously, I was massively impressed with the learnings that I’d previously obtained here. I also had a colleague that had attended the programme and it came highly recommended. I knew that there would be innovative teaching methods used on the programme which really encouraged me to come back.”

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