Ashridge Business School Berkhamsted
Ashridge has always been a renowned seat of learning. It originated as a monastic order called the ‘College of Bonhommes’ in 1283 and returned to education in the twentieth century. The current building dates from the early 19th century and was designed by the architect James Wyatt. Ashridge House and Gardens are open for guided tours annually during April and August. (excludes Bank Holidays).
Business Management, Leadership, Consulting, Coaching
We conduct research across a range of subject areas reflected in our six research centres. Individual projects range from an exploration of coaching behaviours and outcomes, to the assessment of the UNGC LEAD initiative. Our research is often carried out in conjunction with partner organisations and our findings inform our teaching sessions and learning materials, as well as our written outputs such as our research reports, academic articles and other publications.
The highest standards of service and facilities at Ashridge will ensure a comfortable and enjoyable stay. In addition to being one of the world’s leading business schools, Ashridge is an award winning conference venue, regularly triumphing in catering competitions and awards.
Library Services based at Ashridge are focused on supporting the learning, teaching and research needs of the Combined Business School. Participants on Programmes running at Ashridge are most welcome to use the study spaces, core print collections and a growing online collection of ebooks, databases, journals and other resources.
Our online learning content represents over 50 years’ experience in developing organisations, managers and leaders across the world through qualifications, development programmes, consultancy and coaching.
Ashridge is triple accredited, holding AACSB, EQUIS and AMBA accreditations. These benchmarks of quality and standards in education confirm that Ashridge degrees are some of the best in the market, providing you with a highly sought-after education that equips you to take on the most demanding leadership challenges.