EADA Business School’s Master in Management has been named among the top 25 programmes in the world according to the ranking published today by the prestigious British weekly The Economist. The MiM –which is ranked 22nd worldwide– is designed for recent university graduates aiming to develop a global vision of business before taking that leap into the professional world.
The Economist, together with the Financial Times, produces rankings of the fastest-growing international programmes in the field of executive training. In the latest ranking, EADA Business School stands out 1st in terms of international exchange options, 5th in programme content and 6th in quality of faculty.
The ranking assessment criteria also included pre-master and post-master salary comparisons, career advancement and employability, among other factors.
In order to participate in the ranking, institutions must hold at least one of the following accreditations: EQUIS or AACSB (Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business).
(Originally published on the EADA website in News).