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EADA, amongst the best business schools of Europe

3 December 2018
Ranking Financial Times

 

EADA holds its place in the Top 30 European Business Schools. The prestigious Financial Times confirms EADA in 29th position in its latest publication of the European Business School Ranking.

One of the characteristics of the classification used by the Financial Times is to take an average of the different rankings received over the year for each of the specific programmes offered by the school (MBA, Executive MBA, Master in Management, Open Executive Education y Custom Programmes). For this reason, this classification, in particular, is considered the most comprehensive provided by the British publication. 

For Miquel Espinosa, Managing Director of EADA, "maintaining an outstanding position, long-term, in the International Management Education sector is a challenge”. In his opinion, “the investments made in renovation of the campus and constantly updating the programmes are reflected in our ranking positions”.

The fact is that the publication of the European Business School Ranking from the Financial Times coincides with the final stage of the complete remodelling of the EADA campus in Barcelona, an 8 million euro project. The building, of some 4,000 m2, underwent a top to bottom renovation comprising teaching areas (classrooms), reception, library and archives, a new auditorium and building facade. EADA is now a smart building incorporating the latest technologies and compliant with energy efficiency parameters