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IE Business School ranked No. 5 in Europe and No. 1 in Spain by Financial Times
14/03/2011 - General
IE Business School holds position No. 5 in Europe and No. 1 in Spain in the 2009 ranking of European business schools published by Financial Times.
The annual report is based on the results obtained by leading European business schools in the rankings of MBA programs, Executive MBAs, masters in management and executive education programs published throughout this year by Financial Times.
The results of FT’s “ranking of rankings” are based on factors that include graduate salary progression, levels of diversity among faculty and student body, and fulfillment of expectations of students and recruiters.
IE Business School’s position in FT’s ranking of European business schools further consolidates results achieved by the School this year in international rankings conducted by Wall Street Journal (No. 1 worldwide, MBA), BusinessWeek (No. 2 worldwide, MBA) and Forbes (No. 3 worldwide, MBA).
IE Business School shapes leaders that promote innovation and change in organisations, equipping directors with an entrepreneurial mindset that generates employment, wealth and social wellbeing. Recognised as one of the world’s leading business schools, IE Business School has an urban campus in Madrid and a faculty of more than 500 professors who teach students from 88 countries on its master, PhD and executive education programs. IE students use innovative online and presential learning formats, including the IE Communities platform where they exchange knowledge and experiences with 40,000 IE graduates that currently hold management positions in some 100 countries.