EADA's financial training is among the Top 20 in the world, according to the Financial Times
EADA number 2 worldwide in Career Progress
EADA Business School’s International Master in Finance is among the top 20 in the world, according to the ranking published today by the prestigious British newspaper, the "Financial Times". The programme, ranked number 19, is specially designed to prepare graduates from diverse cultural and educational backgrounds to pursue an international career in finance. EADA Business School is a full partner with the CFA Institute and our International Master in Finance has been developed together with leading financial institutions.
This ranking of masters programmes specialised in finance is drawn up following an analysis of several criteria such as salary, professional career progressions, cost, the percentage of doctors in the faculty and the presence of women, among other things.
“Our climb up the ranking is clearly due to the quality of the programme and its participants,” says Nigel Hayes, director of International Master programmes at EADA. “Two aspects have contributed to this improvement: our alumni’s salaries three years after graduating and their career progression. In 2015, the average salary was $59,000, and this year it is $69,000. What’s more, our school comes in second worldwide as regards our alumni’s career progression”.