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IE Business School, 16th Best School in the Financial Times Executive MBA Rankings 2019

17 /01 /2020
Finance Talent Forum

IE Business School is the No. 16 business school in the Financial Times Executive MBA Rankings 2019, recently published by the prestigious British newspaper Financial Times.

These rankings are designed to measure the quality of business schools’ Executive MBA programs.

The Financial Times Executive MBA Ranking is based on 5 criteria: salary today, salary increase, work experience, career progress and aims achieved by the students, three years after graduation. Its aim is to measure the quality of Executive MBAs based on the previous criteria.

The position our Global Executive MBA has reached in the Financial Times 2019 Rankings consolidates IE Business School’s position at an international level and adds to the already existing recognition as second Online MBA in the world in the Financial Times 2019 Rankings.

IE’s Global Executive MBA program is a 15-month MBA program designed for senior executives with an international profile and combines interactive online learning periods with face-to-face sessions in Madrid, Singapore, Los Angeles and London. Thanks to the diversity of nationalities, profiles and sectors, in both its faculty and class profile, this Executive MBA is the ideal option for those who want to become powerful business leaders and manage businesses on a global scale.