EADA Business School remains in the top 40 in the world. The Master in Management is aimed at recent graduates.
The EADA Business School Master in Management program remains in the top 40 of the most relevant international programs, specifically in 37th place, according to the ranking released today by the prestigious British newspaper Financial Times, which has expanded the ranking to more than 100 schools.
Antony Poole, director of the program, assures that “reaching such a high level in the satisfaction of our participants (9.42) shows that the design and quality of the program serve its purpose.” It is especially relevant in such a complex environment, motivated by the pandemic. “In addition, the progressive globalization of the programs and the presence of new actors have accentuated the competitiveness among the best business schools in the world.
The classification is established by analyzing numerous parameters, such as faculty, diversity, financial investment , career progress, salary, and employability three months after completing the program, among other aspects. The Master in Management is aimed at recent graduates and aims to help them make the leap into the world of work and boost their careers.
In order to be included in the ranking, the Financial Times requires that they have the EQUIS academic accreditation or that issued by the AACSB (Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business).