This year’s prestigious Financial Times ranking is out today, placing ESADE amongst the top 20 business schools in the world, our best result yet in the history of our MBA programme.
Apart from making the top 20, we are 2nd in the world for career progress and 3rd in Europe for salary increase, which proves it’s a worthwhile idea taking an MBA, with graduates achieving an average salary increase of 116% within three years of completing the MBA.
The international nature of our MBA goes beyond a 94% of international students in our classrooms. With the ESADE MBA you have the opportunity to master Spanish or learn other languages, participate in a study tour to different continents, or take part in other global exchange opportunitiesavailable to our students. This year has seen us positioned at 8th in Europe for international course experience and 6th in Europe for student satisfaction.