IE Business School is the No. 12 business school in Europe according to the Financial Times
The ranking takes into account 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 2020 rankings: Master in Management, International MBA, Executive MBA, and Executive Education Open Programs. In addition, the composite ranking considers career and salary progression of students as well as faculty diversity.
“Our goal is to boost the careers of our graduates and to achieve this we work closely with international recruiters.”
Martin Boehm, Dean of IE Business School
“This latest ranking confirms IE Business School’s dedication to excellence in management education and to the promotion of positive change through education, research, and innovation. We continue to invest in faculty and innovate with our programs and pedagogies in order to provide students with a learning experience that is international, interdisciplinary, and relevant to the needs of the market. Our goal is to boost the careers of our graduates and to achieve this we work closely with international recruiters,” said Martin Boehm, Dean of IE Business School.
He continued, “We at IE Business School – and throughout IE University – are committed to reinventing higher education, as is highlighted by our liquid learning model which is built on 20 years of experience in online training and transforms and enhances the learning experience with face-to-face, hybrid, and online training.”
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.