EADA establishes itself in the top 50 for executive training
EADA Business School has secured its place among the best-known business schools in the world in the Executive Education 2020 Ranking, which is published by the prestigious Financial Times, at number 43.
The ranking was compiled from data collected from the Custom Programmes, which are tailored to the needs of corporate customers, and the Open Programmes, respectively. The FT ranking evaluates various aspects such as the faculty, teaching methods, diversity of participants and facilities, among others. This year EADA Business School has been ranked number 1 in the world for its percentage of international students. According to Pau Roig, director of Corporate Relations at EADA Business School, “the internationalisation of our programmes has placed us in an excellent position in terms of the diversity of our international participants.”
With three schools in the world’s top 50, Barcelona reaffirms its global strength as a cluster of management training, not only receiving global recognition for training in senior management but also in the corporate world.