EAE Business School’s MBA ranks among the top MBAs in the world according to the QS ranking
28 de October de 2020
28 de October de 2020
EAE Business School's MBA and International MBA have been ranked among the best MBAs in the world according to the QS league table, which emphasized the diversity of the School’s students and its employability rates, two variables in which EAE scores well above average compared to other international schools.
One of the new developments in this edition is the classification of EAE’s Master in Logistics and Supply Chain in the new category of the QS Business Masters Ranking. The program ranked among the top 35. The most highly rated dimensions of the program were value for money, diversity and employability, in that order, with the School scoring well above average compared to its global competitors.
This Master joins the other EAE programs to be ranked by QS, such as theMaster in Marketing Management, which was named as one of the top 51 programs and commended for its return on investment and diversity, ranking above the global average; the Master in Big Data & Analytics, , which also ranked among the top 51 in the world and the top 25 in the world in terms of employability; and the Master in Project Management, which made it into the top 100 in the world, being highly rated for three indicators: diversity, employability and return on investment. The Master in Financial Management also ranked among the top 100 in the world, with its greatest strength being the diversity of its students.
The Dean of EAE Business School, Josep Maria Altarriba, explained that “the categories in which EAE’s Masters have excelled most are the employability rate, the diversity of its students and return on investment. These are all features that fulfil the key reasons that many people decide to take a Master”.
THE RANKING’S METHODOLOGY
The Global MBA Ranking 2020 classifies the top MBA programs from around the world in a league table based on data gathered in three surveys: the global employer survey, the academic survey and a survey completed by the school. The last of these includes quantitative indicators, such as the graduates’ salary, the class profile, etc., in accordance with the MBACSEA standards.
The evaluation criteria are divided into five blocks: employability; entrepreneurship and positions of former students; the return on investment; leadership; and the diversity of its students and faculty of lecturers.
ABOUT EAE BUSINESS SCHOOL’S MBA
EAE’s MBA is one of the longest-running executive programs in Spain with 50 years of history and experience. As a result, the Full-Time MBA and International MBA programs rank among the most reputable MBAs in Europe and the world in terms of the graduates’ employability. EAE’s MBA gives participants the option of taking part in academic residential programs at UC Berkeley, Pace University (New York) and Shanghai University, on which the course are taught by company executives.