One more year, Iese, IE and Esade are positioned as the state business schools that offer the best training in Executive MBA. According to the ranking published by the Financial Times magazine “The 100 top ful-time global MBA programs”, the training programs of Iese, IE and Esade are among the 15 best in the world.
Thus, while Iese Business School has managed to climb two positions with its master with respect to 2012 (going from position 14 to 12) and Esade four with the program it develops jointly with Georgetown University (USA) (from 19 to 15). IE Business School drops three positions with its program, although it continues to report the highest salary increase for its students (110%) and is among the top 15.
The list is headed by the Asian universities Kellogg Hong Kong UST Business School and Tsinghua University Insead, both located in China.
Financial Times measures the quality of these master’s degrees through 16 indicators, among which the professional progress of the students, their satisfaction, the diversity of the teaching staff, the salary increase and the internationalization of the program stand out.
As for the Global MBA, whose classification has also been published this October, the program of Harvard Business School (USA) is first, followed by the Stanford Graduate School of Business (USA). Iese Business School is ranked eighth.