EADA Business School consolidates its position in the top 20 worldwide in executive education according to the Financial Times

20 May 2024

Financial Times - Executive Education 2024

EADA Business School strengthens its position among the most outstanding educational institutions in the world by remaining in the group of the top twenty business schools, according to the latest Executive Education 2024 ranking published by the Financial Times today. With the sixteenth position in the ranking, EADA consolidates its privileged position within this highly competitive classification.

The report especially highlights the diversity and internationality of the participants, which has led EADA to occupy the fifth position worldwide. This achievement underscores the school's commitment to educational excellence and its ability to attract talent from all over the world.

The Financial Times ranking evaluates a series of criteria, ranging from faculty to methodology, student diversity and facilities. Jordi Díaz, Dean and Director General of EADA Business School, highlights that "in such a competitive global environment, maintaining such a prominent position and attracting participants from all over the world reflects our dedication to international excellence."

In the Corporate Programmes category, the institution has also improved its position, rising one place from the previous year, and reaching the 46th place.
This success is not only for EADA Business School, but also for the city of Barcelona, which continues to consolidate itself as an important cluster of executive education worldwide by having three of its institutions among the top twenty in the world.