EADA improves its ranking of excellence in Executive Education
According to the Executive Education 2022 Ranking, published by the prestigious Financial Times, EADA Business School continues to improve its position among the most well-known business schools in the world.
The current ranking was compiled from data collected from two categories of programmes: the Open Programmes, where EADA has made a significant leap from number 46 to 25 in the world, and Custom Programmes, which are tailored to the needs of companies, and where EADA has moved from number 53 to 55. The combined ranking of these two categories gives the business school an overall position of 33 in the world, which is an improvement of 10 positions compared to the previous publication of this ranking.
The Financial Times evaluates various aspects such as faculty, teaching methods, diversity of participants and facilities, among others. According to Miquel Roselló, director of Executive Education at EADA Business School, “we are experiencing a period of continuous reinvention in the workplace and the ranking achieved by our Executive Education division encourages us to continue along this path”.
With three schools in the world’s top 50, Barcelona reaffirms its global strength as a cluster of management training, not only for senior management but also for the corporate world.