IE Business School holds the No. 5 position in Europe and No. 1 in Spain in this year’s ranking of European business schools published by the Financial Times.
The annual report is an accumulation of rankings published by the Financial Times throughout the year of MBA programs, Executive MBAs, Masters in Management, and Executive Education programs. This overall ´ranking of rankings´ considers factors including graduate salary progression, levels of diversity among faculty and student body, and fulfillment of expectations of students and recruiters.
IE Business School’s position in the Financial Times’s ranking of European business schools further consolidates results achieved by the School this year in international rankings conducted by The Wall Street Journal (No. 1 worldwide, MBA), Bloomberg Businessweek (No. 3 non-US based, MBA; No. 1 in Europe and No. 6 worldwide Executive Education), Forbes (No. 3 worldwide, MBA), and The Economist (No. 1 worldwide, distance learning international Executive MBA).