EADA retains its privileged position for international finance training
The International Master in Finance at EADA Business School has consolidated its position in the Financial Times Master in Finance Ranking 2022 as one of the best schools for postgraduate training in finance, at number 31. The yearlong programme, aimed at recent graduates wishing to pursue a career in the finance sector, offers a high rate of employability with 98% of graduates finding work 3 months after they finish the programme.
According to Programme Director, Jaume Bonet, “this Master’s programme has had a high rate of employability for years. An objective indicator of the programme’s excellence is highlighted by the fact that 98% of participants are in employment 3 months after completing the course and 97% of participants are international”. The ranking also reflects how EADA Business School has been updating its finance programmes to include digital transformation and sustainability as key elements for change.
The Financial Times compiles the ranking from various qualitative and quantitative parameters including salary received 3 years after completing the course, the employability of participants 3 months after finishing the programme, the percentage of international students, female presence or the number of Ph.D. holders in the faculty, among other aspects. The student satisfaction score, which participants complete at the end of the programme, is 9.48/10, placing EADA Business School in the fourth position worldwide.