Global paper The Financial Times publishes its “ranking of rankings”
ESADE Business School has moved up three positions to place eighth in the Financial Times European Business School ranking published today. An amalgamation of the programme-focused rankings published by the FT throughout the year (MBA, EMBA, MSc and Executive Education) this ranking of rankings is intended to give an overview of the business schools as a wholediscount christmas inflatables.
ESADE took part in all the Financial Times rankings concerned, with the exception of the EMBA ranking, the school moved up in all those it was rated in. In the MBA ranking, ESADE holds seventh place in Europe, in MSc’s, eighth, in Open Executive Education Programmes, ninth and in Custom Executive Education Programmes, fifth. The school’s steady improvement in the rankings reflects its commitment to excellence in all its programmes and particularly its rapid response and ability to adapt to changes in the needs of participants, client companies and recruitersdiscount christmas inflatables.
This year saw ESADE launch the world’s first flexible MBA, which students can choose to study in 12, 16 or 18 months depending on their specific needs. The ESADE MBA class of 2010/11, with 87% of its participants from outside of Spain, hailing from some 45 countries, is also the most international it has ever been.
The school’s MSc programmes are enjoying the extra room for growth derived from their move to ESADE’s purpose-built San Cugat Campus, just outside Barcelona. International students from all over the world are attracted to the Master in International Management, Master in Marketing Management and the new Master in Finance.
In the area Open Executive Education programmes, last month ESADE launched a new Advanced Management Programme (AMP) offered in Madrid and Barcelona with an intensive module at Wharton, while the school’s Program for Management Development (PMD) – offered in Spain (Barcelona and Madrid), Argentina (Buenos Aires and Cordova) Uruguay (Montevideo) and Brazil (Curativa and Campinas) – continues to be popular along with the ESADE-St Gallen Programme for Leadership Development (PLD) (with modules in St. Gallen, Munich, Berlin and Barcelona).
ESADE’s custom programmes, imparted on clients’ premises or at ESADE’s Madrid, Barcelona and Buenos Aires campuses, as well at partner schools in other parts of the world, were rated particularly highly by the FT, reflecting the excellent levels of client satisfaction with the programmes. ESADE is heavily involved in corporate universities as well and organises a an annual forum on developments in this area. Clients of custom programmes include Telefonica, Bunge, Price Waterhouse Coopers, Intermon Oxfam, IBM, Kpmg, Wagonlit, and Deutsche Bank, among others.
“With the opening of the ESADE San Cugat Campus and the neighbouring open innovation centre, ESADECREAPOLIS, the hiring of a number of new international professors and a plethora of great developments at a programme level, 2009 has been a busy yet rewarding year for ESADE, we are pleased that the ranking reflects this” states Alfons Sauquet, Dean of ESADE Business School.
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To read the interview with ESADE Dean Alfons Sauquet published in the Financial Times today click here