IE Business School, 12th in Europe in Financial Times 2021 Ranking
The annual ranking consider various Master Programs and faculty composition.
The annual Financial Times ranking of European business schools consolidates the results that schools have achieved for each Financial Times ranking of the past year. This particular Financial Times ranking takes into account the European position of IE Business School in the following 2021 rankings: International MBA, Master in Management, Executive MBA, and Executive Education Open Programs. In addition, the composite ranking considers career and salary progression of students as well as faculty diversity.
“At IE Business School, we dedicate ourselves to guiding our students on a journey to discover and pursue the next best version of themselves – both in their careers and in their personal lives,” Lee Newman, who became Dean of IE Business School this academic year.
“In addition to giving graduates career-focused business skills, our deeper mission is to cultivate purpose and the idea that, as business professionals, they have a responsibility to the planet, to society, and to the people with whom they work.”
Lee Newman, Dean of IE Business School
Other Financial Times rankings not considered in this overall European business school survey include the Online MBA ranking, in which IE’s Global Online MBA program ranked as the No. 2 online MBA in the world.
In addition, IE University has opened the doors of the IE Tower, its new vertical, technological and sustainable headquarters in the north of Madrid that reaffirms Spain’s capital as a leading global educational hub and joins IE University’s current locations in Madrid’s financial district, as well as the historic campus in Segovia, in the 13th century Convent of Santa Cruz la Real.
The University’s Liquid Learning model transforms the educational experience in all undergraduate, postgraduate, and executive education programs. With the new model, programs have an innovative design that integrates classes on campus for all of IE University’s students, who currently hail from 140 countries. Hybrid sessions simultaneously connect face-to-face students with online students for the same immersive experience and academic quality.