IE Business School is the No. 3 business school in Europe according to the latest ranking of European Business Schools by the Financial Times. This annual report is based on the results obtained by leading European business schools in the partial rankings of MBA, Executive MBA, Masters in Management and Executive Education programs published throughout the year by the Financial Times.
In order to draw up this ranking of rankings, the Financial Times evaluated criteria that included the level of internationalization of the schools, salary increases and career progression of graduates, fulfilment of expectations, and research levels. “We are very proud to be among the top three business schools in Europe,” said Martin Boehm, Dean of Programs of IE Business School. “This result clearly reflects our excellent performance across the entire portfolio of programs at IE Business School.”
The ranking comes soon after that published by Bloomberg Businessweek, which placed IE Business School’s MBA program second worldwide and first in Europe in the non-US category. The Bloomberg Businessweek survey is conducted biennially and is based on the level of satisfaction of over 10,000 students with levels of academic excellence at their chosen school, career development opportunities, and the school’s MBA program. Some 1,320 recruiters from 614 companies were consulted on which business schools produce the best graduates. The ranking also measured levels of research among faculty based on the number of publications in research journals between 2009 and 2013.
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