EADA Business School continues in the Top 50 for Executive Training

15 May 2017
Ranking Executive Education

EADA retains its prominent position and remains in the world's Top 50 most prestigious management schools (position 49) according to the recently published Financial Times Executive Education 2017 Ranking. This Ranking includes analyses carried out on custom programmes tailored to businesses as well as open programmes designed for individual participants.

EADA General Director Miquel Espinosa shares the reasons for the school’s consistent success: “EADA’s current position is due to several factors: our ability to adapt to the realities of global business post-crisis; our recognition of the pivotal role of technology; our comprehensive understanding of business practice; and our commitment to integrating real challenges in the classroom.”

Barcelona is a world-renowned hub of executive training, with three schools among the world's top 50.

Read more about the importance of rankings in this article by Jordi Díaz, Associate Dean of Programs & International Relations at EADA.