EADA Business School among the elite for postgraduate finance training

14 June 2024

FT Masters in Finance 2024

The prestigious newspaper Financial Times has reaffirmed the position of EADA Business School among the best institutions in the world in postgraduate finance training. According to the latest Masters in Finance 2024 Ranking, EADA's International Master in Finance continues to consolidate itself in this global ranking.

This program, which lasts one year and is aimed at recent graduates, has as its main mission to facilitate the entry of its students into the financial sector. Jaume Bonet, director of the program, highlights that “we have long stood out for our degree of employability and the broad international presence of participants. 100% of our students work within 3 months of finishing the master's degree, an objective indicator of the excellence of the program."

The EADA International Master in Finance has been developed jointly with important financial institutions and is also an associated program with the CFA Institute. It is also specially designed to prepare graduates from diverse cultural and educational backgrounds to pursue an international career in finance. Master's participants learn to evaluate investment opportunities and perform financial analysis before developing the tools to carry out complex valuations, understand the mergers and acquisitions process, manage the risks associated with financial instruments and manage investment portfolios.

All of this, combined with the executive professional development program at the residential training campus, provides participants of EADA's International Master in Finance with the critical thinking and leadership skills necessary to succeed in today's global business world.

To appear in this ranking, the Financial Times requires EQUIS academic accreditation or that issued by the AACSB, conditions that EADA rigorously meets. The British newspaper's classification is based on an exhaustive analysis of multiple qualitative and quantitative parameters. These include the remuneration received 3 years after completing the training, the employability of the participants 3 months after completing the program, the percentage of international students, the female presence and the number of doctors among the teaching staff, among others. factors.

This recognition once again underlines the academic excellence and professional relevance of EADA Business School's programs, consolidating its position as a benchmark in postgraduate financial education at an international level.