EADA in the top 25 best business schools in Europe
According to the European Business School Rankings 2021 published today by the prestigious Financial Times, EADA Business School has improved its privileged position among the top business schools in Europe by ranking at number 25, which is an increase of 4 places compared to 2020.
This classification is based on the average of the various rankings that have been produced throughout the year regarding different programmes the schools offer (MBA, Executive MBA, Master in Management, Open Executive Education and Custom Programmes), and is therefore considered the most comprehensive ranking of all those carried out. As a prerequisite for entry into the ranking, the Financial Times requires all schools to hold the EQUIS or AACSB academic accreditation.
“Education for current professionals is now hybrid, not only due to the on-offline technological aspect but also because it must form a continuous part of our activities. We were able to adapt to a really complex situation” explains Jordi Díaz, Dean at EADA Business School.
Before the pandemic, EADA Business School had already started to promote the implementation of cutting-edge technology as part of their objective to achieve fast adaptation to their Immersive Learning methodology. The programmes changed to hybrid, F2F and online formats during the health crisis.