The EADA Business School MBA consolidates itself within the world's TOP 100
with its rise in 6 positions in the world ranking
EADA Business School has received important international recognition by advancing six positions in the world ranking, as announced by the renowned British economic newspaper Financial Times. With this achievement, the institution is ranked 94th globally, consolidating its position as one of the leading business schools in the world and TOP 100 worldwide in the MBA category.
It is important to highlight:
- #17 in the world (#3 in Spain) in ESG training, which measures the % of class hours dedicated to environmental, social and governance aspects.
- #24 in the world (#2 in Spain) in career development of our graduates.
- #25 in the world (#2 in Spain) in overall level of graduate satisfaction.
- 97% international students, 95% employability 3 months after graduation and 89% salary increase.
The director of EADA's International MBA, Ella Boniuk, said: "The determined institutional commitment to sustainability, together with innovation and leadership, is bearing fruit not only in the professional careers of our graduates but also in the responsible and sustainable impact that they will generate in companies, and by extension in society".
The MBA offered by EADA Business School is a global vision program designed for graduates with at least three years of work experience, with the aim of propelling their professional career towards new challenges. The recognition obtained in the Financial Times ranking reflects the quality and relevance of this program, which stands out for its professional opportunities, remuneration of participants, gender diversity, diversity of teaching staff and students, as well as for its academic research.
To be included in this prestigious ranking, the Financial Times requires schools to have academic accreditations such as EQUIS or that issued by the AACSB, which demonstrates EADA's commitment to educational excellence and the quality of its programs. This achievement not only exalts the institution, but also highlights Barcelona's positioning as an important centre of higher education, with three business schools among the best in the world.
With this new recognition, EADA Business School reaffirms its commitment to academic excellence and the training of global business leaders, consolidating itself as one of the most outstanding educational institutions internationally.