EADA Business School in the Top 41 for Executive Education

3 June 2019
General management and leadership
Financial Times


EADA Business School has improved its international position as an Executive Education provider for the third year in a row. According to the ranking Executive Education 2019 published by the prestigious newspaper Financial Times, EADA is number 41 in the overall table, up two positions on last year and 8 positions compared with the 2017 ranking. 

The classification is the result of a variety of analysis performed on the custom and open programs, tailored In Company programs and open programs respectively. The analysis takes into consideration many aspects such as faculty, academic methods, diversity of the participants and quality of the facilities on offer. 

“In such a highly competitive market, it’s a real achievement to keep moving up the prestigious rankings of the Financial Times”, assures Pau Roig, Director of Corporate Relations at EADA Business School. In light of the international competition, he adds “all of the players within this sector need to work together to make sure Barcelona keeps on being a world reference for Executive Education”.

Another important detail is the increase in the number of female participants in the open programs, currently 48% - percentage obtained from a batch of more than 6,700 participants -. With this in mind, we can highlight not only the diversity but also the equality in our open programs.