The city of Barcelona continues in the frontline of manager training, with 3 schools among the best in the world.
EADA ranks among the select group of the world’s most prestigious business schools, according to the prestigious journal, The Economist, which has published its 2011 Global full-time MBA ranking (economist.com/ whichmba), the outcome of a series of analyses of MBA full-time programmes. More specifically, EADA ranks 95 on a global level.
What’s more, Barcelona, with 3 schools, continues to hold a frontline position as a state of the art city in knowledge in this field.
Miquel Espinosa, EADA General Director, pleased with this acquired recognition and the school’s international consolidation, points out the following “ I am proud to say that in such a difficult scenario as the one we are currently going through, where competition is global and where new prestigious Asian schools have come on the scene, it has been proven once again that quality does not depend exclusively on size. That’s why we must continue to innovate in our methodologies, working with small groups, staying very close to our clients, making plurality and diversity a positive trait of the institution, which now has over half a century of history. Society has to recover the value of work well done”.
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