Our academic partners boast an accredited level of pedagogical excellence and our institutional alliances connect us professionally at an international level. Together, we all form a global knowledge transfer network.
We have long-standing relationships with universities around the world.
EAE Business School has been affiliated to the Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya since the 1998-1999 academic year for the purpose of running MBA, Master and Degree courses adapted to the European Higher Education Area (EHEA) signed in Bologna. Under this agreement, all EAE programs run in Catalonia are given a dual qualification: the first awarded by EAE itself and the second granted by the UPC. The academic backing of one of Europe’s leading universities requires us to meet the highest standards of quality throughout all of our academic programs. Belonging to the UPC Community is one of our greatest strengths in terms of training technicians and executives.
The Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya (UPC) was founded in 1971 and, since then, it has grown to become Spain’s leading centre for technical studies. In addition, the UPC boasts the most extensive presence across the Catalan region. Nowadays, UPC’s teaching and research activity is rated among the best in Europe. The UPC runs study programs for gaining over 40 different qualifications in terms of university diplomas and degrees, as well as 10 doctorate qualifications. The training it provides and research it conducts set the standard at an international level in the fields of engineering, architecture, high-technology companies, production processes, logistics, telecommunications and information systems.
EAE is a partner of the Universidad Camilo José Cela for running European official Master programs adapted to the European Higher Education Area (EHEA) agreed in Bologna. In 2006, EAE Business School became the business school offering the highest number of official Master programs adapted to the EHEA and the first business school to run such programs.
Founded in 1996, the Universidad Rey Juan Carlos de Madrid is the third largest university in the Community of Madrid in terms of the number of students. It ranked in 16th position in the newspaper El Mundo’s 50 University Degrees Ranking 2015 in a league table of the highest rated universities in Spain, and 26th place among Spanish universities in the Academic Ranking of World Universities 2015 (Shanghai Ranking). The URJC runs new undergraduate programs adapted to the EHEA. It currently runs 64 undergraduate and 44 joint honours qualifications programs, as well as an extensive range of doctorate programs.