Studying an MBA or postgraduate specialization in business administration and management is a bet for the future for many recent graduates and active workers. Choosing the best business school is not easy, but proximity benefits us, because the state business schools are once again among the best in terms of management training.
Financial Times has published the 2014 edition of its ranking of the best business schools, among which IESE can be found, occupying the 7th position. One more year, the American schools occupy Harvard and Stanford, occupy the first two positions, followed by the London Business School (United Kingdom), University of Pennsylvania – Wharton (USA) and INSEAD, school of France and Singapore (which surprised in its GMAT results reaching second place in the list).
As for the rest of the state business schools, in 13th place we find IE Business School (which descends two positions), while Esade Business School climbs 4 positions and is ranked 22nd.
The ranking is made taking into account aspects such as the satisfaction of students with the program and their progression in their professional career after completing the MBA. In this sense, the Financial Times assures that 100 of the analyzed programs guarantee an increase of the compensation of 166% after having completed the master’s degree.