EADA’s Master in Management, among the best in the world
EADA’s Master in Management continues to be among the best in the world, according to the latest Financial Times Ranking Masters in Management 2019. The program ranks at #41, among a select group of the 50 best masters in management in the world.
The classification is decided by analyzing a number of parameters like salary, career progression, employability on graduation from the master, tuition fees, percentage of PhDs among the lecturers and male-female ratio. From these variables, employability stood out with 97% of the graduates from EADA’s Master in Management finding work within 3 months. EADA’s Jordi Díaz, Associate Dean of Programs and International Relations said, “This data shows that we are aligned with one of our principal objectives which was to achieve an employability rate of practically 100%”.
Díaz also highlights other parameters where according to the Financial Times, EADA’s Master in Management has improved. One of these was the increased number of nationalities among participants; students coming from outside of Spain now make up 94% of total participation. Another key variable was the increase in salary, which jumps from 62,000 euros to 67,000 euros 3 years after graduating.
“We value these indicators very positively, bearing in mind increasing globalization and the presence of new competitors, (the ranking includes 100 business schools) meaning greater rivalry in the business school sector on a world level” adds Jordi Díaz.