EADA consolidates its excellence for executive education

22 May 2023

Ranking Executive Education 2023


The Financial Times has published its Executive Education Ranking 2023 in which EADA Business School continues to improve its position among the top business schools in the world.

The new ranking was compiled from data related to the Open and Custom categories. For Open Programmes, EADA has made a significant leap from 25 to 16 in the world, and for Custom Programmes, which are tailored to the needs of companies, EADA has improved its ranking from 55 to 47. The combined ranking of both categories gives the business school an overall position of 25 in the world, which is an improvement of 8 positions compared to the 2022 ranking and 18 compared to the 2020 ranking.

The Financial Times evaluates various aspects such as faculty, teaching methods, diversity of participants and facilities, among others. According to Jordi Díaz, Dean of EADA Business School, “When all indicators point to lifelong learning as an essential aspect of activity and employability, being recognised for excellence encourages us to continue working”.

With three schools in the world’s top 25, Barcelona consolidates its global position as a leading cluster for senior management and corporate training.