IE Business School, 12th in the world in the Financial Times Executive MBA Rankings 2020
IE Business School is the No. 12 Business School in the world, according to the Executive MBA Rankings 2020, recently published by the prestigious British newspaper Financial Times.
The program obtaining these results is the Global Executive MBA, a 15-month Executive MBA specifically focused on business innovation, global business and global leadership.
The Financial Times Executive MBA Rankings are designed to measure the quality of Executive MBA programs in business schools around the world. Criteria such as the salary level of the participants, their evolution 3 years after graduation, the international projection of the program and the diversity of the faculty and student body are taken into account by these rankings.
Within this year’s Executive MBA Rankings, IE Business School holds the top position in the work experience category, which is based on the pre-EMBA career profile of graduates. Also, the School ranked second for having corporate social responsibility as part of its core curriculum and seventh for international course experience.
Occupying the top position of the ‘professional experience’ category in this year’s global Financial Times EMBA rankings reflects the managerial development of our graduates, while the 2nd place in the Corporate Social Responsibility category is the proof of our school’s commitment to training managers committed to social impact.
The first-hand experience that students can have in the face-to-face classes organized in Madrid, London, Singapore and Los Angeles, along with interactive online classes that give program participants a truly global view of the modern business world contribute to the success of the Global Executive MBA.