The MBA at EADA Business School is in the global Top 100

13 February 2023

Ranking MBA


The International MBA programme at EADA Business School has been ranked among the top 100 MBAs in the world according to the Global MBA Ranking 2023 published today by the leading business publication Financial Times. EADA excels in three main areas: it ranks in 6th position worldwide for its percentage of hours dedicated to Environmental, Social and Governance issues (ESG); it is in the top eight for its percentage of international students (98%) and occupies 19th position for its professional career development.

According to Ella Boniuk, director of the International MBA at EADA, “the firm commitment by our institution to sustainability as well as innovation and leadership is not only having an impact on the professional careers of our graduates but also on the responsible and sustainable impact they will generate in companies, and by extension in society.” 

The MBA programme offers a global vision of companies and is designed for graduates with a minimum of 3 years professional experience to make a qualitative leap in their professional career. The ranking was compiled using various parameters such as career opportunities, graduate salaries, number of female participants, faculty and student diversity and academic research, among others (see table). To be included in the ranking, the Financial Times requires all schools to be EQUIS or AACSB accredited.