News

EADA’s Full-Time MBA programme, among the 100 best in the world in 2019

31 October 2019
General management and leadership
The Economist

 

EADA Business School’s MBA Full-Time programme ranks in the 100 best in the world in 2019 according to the last Full-Time MBA Ranking published by the prestigious British weekly The Economist. The programme has improved by four places compared to last year's ranking and is now in the 96th position. EADA’s MBA is a global immersion in business, designed for graduates with a minimum of 3 years of professional work experience, which aims to launch the student’s careers in the Business world. As Ella Boniuk, Director of the International MBA states, “the programme offers a transformative experience both on a personal and professional level. The key to success is that our participants graduate confident they can face anything in the current changeable environment of the business world.”

The ranking is elaborated by analising a series of parameters such as professional opportunities, wage, diversity of participants and teaching standards, amongst others. In order to be included in the ranking, The Economist requires accreditation from EQUIS –granted by the European Foundation for Management Development– and AACSB –granted by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business–. As well as this, EADA has the AMBA accreditation, which is granted by the Association of MBA’s.

 

EADA, in the Barcelona MBA Day

This good news arrives just days after the second Barcelona MBA Day, which was organised on the 22nd of October by Barcelona Global and gathered over 600 MBA participants from EADA, IESE and ESADE –the Top three accredited business schools in Barcelona for MBAs worldwide–.  The students visited multinationals and local companies, research centres, startups and places of cultural interest and entertainment.

Its main aims were to highlight Barcelona’s competitiveness from a business, cultural and technological innovation perspective and also to attract and retain international MBA talent. Increasingly MBA students consider staying to work for Barcelona-based companies once they finish their studies in the city.