IE Business School has positioned itself as the best business school in Europe in two international rankings. On the one hand, it ranks first in the Ranking of European Business Schools 2013, a ranking of the Financial Times specialized magazine that evaluates the best business schools that teach business management training.
To classify the results, the Financial Times calculates an average between the results obtained by the business schools in the partial rankings of the MBA, Executive MBA, Masters in Management and Executive Education courses, published during the year.
IE Business School ranks first with the French school HEC. Behind are two other Spanish schools: Esade Business School, which occupies the third position and IESE Business School, in sixth place.
On the other hand, this week has also published the report QS Global Business Schools Report 2013-14, which positions IE Business School as the first business school in Europe and the fourth in the world in the category of Entrepreneurial Management.
Precisely, the ranking of entrepreneurial management, prepared annually by the British consultancy QS, analyzes the opinion of more than 4,300 recruiters who hire MBA graduates. In order to elaborate this classification, the recruiters value the entrepreneurial talent of the graduates and their capacity to develop new sources of income.