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IE University Ranks 31st in the World in Business Management Studies According to QS

QS Ranking | IE Business School

The QS World University Rankings by Subject 2020 is the world’s most comprehensive analysis of academic subject areas.

The QS World University Rankings by Subject 2020 covers 48 different academic subjects across five broad subject areas and is the world’s most comprehensive ranking of which degree programs you should be prioritizing when applying to university. Launched this week, the 2020 report ranks IE University 31st in the world in the study of Business Management.

The Bachelor in Business Administration (BBA) at IE University is a four-year, English language bachelor’s program that enables students to develop the necessary business acumen and skillset to become professionals capable of facing real-world challenges in the career of their choosing, from an entrepreneur to an executive in a multinational organization.

Designed by the top ranked IE Business School, the BBA program seeks to create a new generation of business professionals who are ready to lead international organizations and make a positive impact on society.

Regarding the diversity that can be found at IE University, Galya Abu Sitteh (IE BBA ‘19) commented during her graduation speech: “All you have to do is look at the three people on your right and your left and the chances are the person there will have made their way from a different place than you, traveling a different journey, having had different experiences, adding value to the matrix that is IE.” She continued that as a class, the IE BBA students:

“Represent a variety of cultures and a multitude of backgrounds, but we never feel like strangers.”

Since 2011, the QS World University Rankings by Subject have been compiled using data on research citations, combined with the results of major global surveys of academics and employers.

To produce the rankings for this year, QS analyzed more than 22 million papers producing close to 200 million citations. More than 1,368 institutions have been ranked this year, across 48 subjects in five subject areas, creating more than 15,500 published entries. These figures reflect some of the scale behind this particular ranking.