The EADA MBA ranked among the best MBAs in the world by the Financial Times in 2021
The International MBA at EADA Business School has been placed among the top 100 programmes in the world, according to the Global MBA Ranking 2021. Compiled by the leading business publication the Financial Times, the programme is ranked number 78 worldwide and number 21 in Europe.
The MBA programme, which offers a global vision of companies, is designed for graduates who have a minimum of 3 years professional experience and aims to help them make a qualitative leap in their professional career. The ranking was compiled using various parameters such as career opportunities, participants’ salary, faculty and participant diversity, academic research among others (see table). To be included in the ranking, the Financial Times stipulates that all institutions must hold the EQUIS or AACSB accreditation. According to Ella Boniuk, Director of the International MBA at EADA, “our clear commitment to an MBA which focuses on sustainability, innovation and leadership is having a positive impact on the careers of our graduates, their companies as well as society.”
A year of triple recognition for the EADA MBA
This latest ranking coincides with The Economist Full-Time MBA Ranking published by the prestigious publication The Economist on 21st January, which positioned the EADA International MBA in the Top 100 worldwide at number 62.
Towards the end of 2020, EADA Business School also featured among the best 40 schools in the world as a result of integrating sustainable development in its MBA programmes, faculty research on sustainability issues and the gender and ethnic diversity of its faculty in the 2020 Better World MBA Ranking, which is compiled from 150 business schools by the Corporate Knights organisation.