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Barcelona City Centre Campus

This is the main headquarters located in Aragó Street 204 in downtown Barcelona. This 8-storey building is specially designed to offer you high quality training and services. Its unbeatable location makes it easy to get to by public and private transport.

  • Hall: El espacio donde empiezas tu experiencia en EADA
  • Centro de documentación: Renovación del servicio disponible para toda la comunidad de EADA
  • Auditorio: Nuevo equipamiento, funcional y con mayor aforo
  • Aulas: Multifuncionales y completamente equipadas
  • Cafetería: Tu nuevo punto de encuentro
  • Render Fachada - 2018

Ending the second phase of EADA’s Barcelona Campus remodelling

The complete remodelling of the Barcelona City Centre Campus is right on schedule, with the second phase finishing up this summer. On October 1, the following new spaces will be open to our students and staff: the auditorium and foyer (basement floor); the “agora” (ground floor reception and meeting space); Documentation Centre and library (1st floor); and restaurant (8th floor). The new staircases and elevators will also be completed over the summer. The third phase, dedicated to remodelling the façade of the building, will be completed over the summer of 2018.

During July, August and September, EADA’s Barcelona City Centre Campus will remain open for visits in the adjoining building located in Aragón 210 (6th floor, 2nd door).

We are creating 4,000 m2 of intelligent and sustainable space in which our participants can enjoy study areas specially designed to insulate sound with air conditioning technology optimised for low-noise operation. This new space is fully wheelchair accessible.

The remodelling will coincide with the 60th anniversary of the founding of EADA in 1957; the recent re-accreditation of the school by EQUIS, the leading international accreditation body for business schools worldwide; and the ranking of EADA as one of the top business schools in Europe according to the Financial Times.

More info at building.eada.edu

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