EAE Business School ranks among the Top 5 Spanish business schools in the América Economía ranking
08 de June de 2020
08 de June de 2020
Monday 8th June 2020 - EAE Business School has been ranked among the Top Five Spanish business schools in the ranking of the respected Latin American journal, América Economía. In this edition, EAE ranks in the Top 30 and has climbed compared to the previous years in the categories of Multicultural Experience, Networking Power in Latin America, Focus on Innovation and International Positioning. Moreover, EAE is the second leading Spanish business school with them greatest percentage of women among its MBA students.
The ranking is headed by Stanford Graduate School of Business, followed by IESE Business School, Harvard Business School, London Business School and Haas School of Business.
The ranking is based on the evaluation of five aspects of full-time MBA programs: Multicultural Experience and Diversity (22.5%), Networking Potential for Latin Americans (15%); the School’s level of Selectivity in terms of students (27.5%); Focus on Innovation (10%); and International Positioning (25%); Score achieved in rankings: The Economist, Financial Times and QS.
EAE Business School is an international higher education institution founded in 1958 and specializing in management. Over its more than 60 years of history, executives and professionals from over 100 countries on all five continents have placed their trust in EAE.
Moreover, EAE Business School has strong academic relations with acclaimed institutions such as Babson College, UCLA and UC Berkeley. The School has been named as one of the Top 20 in Europe to take an MBA by the US journal Bloomberg Businessweek. In addition, five EAE Masters (MBA, Big Data, Financial Management, Project Management and Marketing) are ranked by the prestigious QS league table. ;