EADA, amongst the best business schools of Europe

9 December 2019
General management and leadership


EADA Business School has improved its privileged position alongside some of the most relevant business schools in Europe. Today, the prestigious Financial Times publishes its European Business School Ranking and EADA has moved up one position to number 28. To compile the list, the FT takes the average from all the rankings it carries out during the year of the different programmes offered by business schools (MBA, Executive MBA, Master in Management, Open Executive Education and Custom Programmes), which is why it is considered to be the most comprehensive of all those carried out. 

The Financial Times also requires all schools to hold the academic accreditation awarded by EQUIS or AACSB as a prerequisite for entry into the ranking. According to EADA Dean, Miquel Espinosa, “Maintaining our privileged position over time in the field of international management training is by no means a coincidence. It is the result of our firm commitment to excellence and innovation”. 

2019 has seen EADA Business School invest over 8 million euros in remodelling its Barcelona City Centre Campus. The 4000 square metre building has undergone a major renovation with improvements in technology, energy efficiency, classrooms, the Documentation Centre, a new auditorium and a completely new façade.