EADA Business School remains in the Top 30 of the best business schools in Europe, according to the Financial Times Ranking
EADA Business School continues to stand out among the best business schools in Europe, consolidating its position number 30, according to the latest ranking of main business educational institutions published by the renowned Financial Times.
The cluster of business schools in Barcelona also consolidates its presence on the podium of the best destinations for training management people, competing closely with emblematic cities such as Paris and London. The Financial Times, in its annual ranking, highlights four Spanish business schools among the 30 best in Europe.
This ranking, known for its exhaustiveness, is based on the average of the annual rankings of the different programmes offered by business schools, such as the MBA, EMBA, Master in Management, Open Executive Education and Custom Programmes. To be included in the ranking, the Financial Times requires all institutions to be EQUIS or AACSB accredited
Jordi Díaz, Dean of EADA Business School, believes that "maintaining this level is a challenge but our strategic commitment is clear: move towards a sustainable future in businesses with trained and committed professionals". With this statement, EADA reaffirms its commitment to academic excellence and its vision of training business leaders prepared to face the challenges of the future.