EADA Business School is in the Top 45 for Executive Education
The Financial Times has just published its 2018 Executive Education Ranking tables and EADA Business School has moved up to ranking position 43. This is an improvement of 6 places compared to 2017. The FT rankings are based on data compiled from the customised programmes (custom), which are tailored for corporate customers, and the open-enrolment programmes (open) and take into account different aspects such as the faculty, teaching methods, diversity of participants and facilities.
EADA has consistently improved its rankings in both programmes since 2011. In the custom ranking, EADA has moved up from position 66 in 2011 to position 52 in 2018, which is an improvement of 14 places. In the open ranking, EADA has jumped 20 places from position 65 in 2011 to position 45 in 2018.
According to Jordi Díaz, director of Programmes and Institutional Relations, “our international reach and the diversity of our international participants, which is key to current management training, has placed us in an excellent position.”
The results of the FT rankings 2018 show that EADA Business School is in the top 45 of the world’s best business schools for Executive Education. Barcelona has also consolidated its position as a place for training excellence for the business world. It currently has three business schools in the world’s top 50 making it a real hub for management training.