EADA’s Master in Management, among the best in the world
According to Programme Director, James Haigh, “the improvement in our position in the ranking in comparison to previous years consolidates the work being carried out at our institution and demonstrates that the design and quality of the programme fulfil their purpose: the employability of its participants and the contribution of value to organisations”. This is of particular relevance in an environment where the growing internationalisation of programmes and the appearance of new institutions have led to enhanced competitiveness among the top business schools.
The ranking was compiled based on various parameters including the faculty, diversity, financial investment, career progression, salary and employability within three months of completing the programme. The Master in Management is designed for recent graduates and aims to help them enter the labour market and give a boost to their careers.
On the other hand, EADA Business School ranks in Top 10 per Teaching category in the '2020 MiM FT Ranking', a subranking of the Financial Times Masters in Management 2020. In this worlwide classification, EADA is the Top 1 in Marketing, Top 4 in Corporate Stragegy and Top 10 in General Management. EADA is the only Spanish school with a number 1 in this subranking.
The Financial Times requires all schools to hold the academic accreditation awarded by EQUIS or AACSB (Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business) as a prerequisite for entry into the ranking.