Barcelona, May 14th 2012.
EADA consolidates its position among the world’s most prestigious business schools, according to the economic daily newspaper, The Financial Times, which has published its Executive Education 2012 ranking, following a thorough analysis of different custom and open programmes –customised programmes for companies as well as general programmes. More specifically, the school ranks 62nd on the custom ranking and 65th on the open courses ranking.
Given today’s serious economic difficulties “we need to continue to offer high quality standards” points out Miquel Espinosa, EADA’s general director, according to whom “a key strategic goal for the coming years is to be able to accompany companies in their corporate and international development process, applying knowhow in order to bring about change in economic and social progress”
Once again, Barcelona, with 3 schools (IESE, ESADE and EADA), continues to boast a frontline position as a state of the art city in knowledge in this field. Spain, with one more school (IE), has four schools among the world’s top business schools.
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