EADA recognised in the Times Higher Education/Wall Street Journal Ranking
EADA holds a prestigious position in the business school ranking recently published by Times Higher Education (THE) and The Wall Street Journal. The ranking analyses MBA, Master in Management and Master in Finance programmes, based on student experience and quality of faculty. THE and The Wall Street Journal analysed 134 schools from around the world, including the evaluation of 23,000 alumni.
Based on these criteria, EADA appears among the Top 3 schools for Masters in Finance, the Top 4 schools for Masters in Management and the Top 11 schools for MBAs. According to Nigel Hayes, director of EADA’s International Master programmes, this new ranking confirms the international reputation of EADA and demonstrates the trust that students continue to place in the school, year after year.
This newest ranking is in addition to EADA’s appearance in the recently published European Business School Ranking of the Financial Times, which positions EADA among the Top 30 business schools in Europe, and the Full-Time MBA Ranking of The Economist, which places EADA’s International MBA among the top 100 in the world in 2018.