EADA’s Master in Management ranked among the best in the world 2018
EADA Business School’s Master in Management has moved up to position 35 in the latest Financial Times Global Masters in Management 2018 ranking. This is an improvement of 2 places compared to last year’s ranking of 37. The Financial Times ranking is based on various parameters such as salary, career progression, employability 3 months after finishing the programme, cost, the percentage of doctorates among teaching staff and the level of female presence. The EADA Master in Management is aimed at recent graduates who are looking to make the leap into the business world.
Increasing globalization and the presence of new schools –the FT ranking includes 100– reveals how competition between global business schools is rising. According to programme director Nigel Hayes, “this programme offers participants a perfect balance between theory and practice. The fact that it is included in the top 35 Global Masters in Management goes to show that is achieving its aim –employability. EADA is the top business school in Spain with the highest percentage of graduates who find employment 3 months later after completing the programme, which gives assurance to our participants”.