IE Business School’s International MBA program is No. 3 in Europe and No. 8 worldwide according to the latest Financial Times ranking of MBA programs. The result of this latest ranking further consolidates IE Business School’s International MBA as the best in Spain.
This year 87% of IE Business School’s International MBA is made up of international students from 76 countries, making the School’s student body one of the most diverse in the wold. The School continues to strengthen its commitment to a global environment with programs like the IE Brown Executive MBA, an innovative blend of management and humanities run jointly with Brown University. Launched last year, the IE Brown Executive MBA is geared to directors with more than 10 years of experience in management, combining IE’s strength in the field of business management with the recognition of Ivy League member Brown University as an international leader in humanistic, social and scientific disciplines. The English-taught program comprises online sessions with 5 residential periods held in Madrid and Providence (US).
The Financial Times ranking comprises 21 categories that refer to both the institution and alumni. They include data like the international outreach of each school and its programs, the extent to which expectations are met, the weighted salaries of alumni three years after graduation, the percentage of women faculty and students, the percentage of international professors and professors with a PhD, and levels of research.