EADA’s Master in Management amongst the best in the world

28 June 2019
General management and leadership
The Economist Ranking


The Masters in Management 2019 Ranking, published in the prestigious British weekly The Economist, places EADA’s Master in Management in the world Top 25 best Masters in Management programmes. EADA’s master programme offers a global vision of international business management. It is designed for recent graduates and aims to help give them the career boost they look for in the world of business.

The biannual ranking, first published in 2017, analyses one of the fastest growing segments in the field of managerial training. The classifications are based on parameters like salary increase on graduation, career progression and employability. Associate Dean of Programs and International Relations, Jordi Díaz, says one of the most important factors and the one that places EADA in the world Top 3 is “the high score for faculty and programme content that our graduates award”. Full-Time Programmes Director, Nigel Hayes, adds that two further factors, which see EADA’s Master in Management take the top spot in Spain, are “The percentage of participants employed within 3 months of graduating and the cultural diversity found in class”.

To qualify for inclusion in the ranking, The Economist requires accreditation from EQUIS, awarded by the European Foundation for Management Development, one of the bodies responsible for establishing world standards in executive education. Alternatively, an accreditation from the AACSB (American Assembly of Collegiate Schools of Business), held by leading business school in Europe and America will qualify.