The ranking takes into account different Master Programs
The annual Financial Times ranking of European business schools consolidates the results that schools have achieved for each Financial Times ranking of the past year. This particular Financial Times ranking takes into account the European position of IE Business School in the following 2019 rankings: Masters in Management, MBA, Executive MBA, and Executive Education Open Programs. In addition, the composite ranking considers career and salary progression of students as well as faculty diversity.
“This latest ranking confirms IE Business School’s innovative approach to teaching, faculty excellence, and the quality and diversity of our students,” said Martin Boehm, Dean of IE Business School.
“We are committed to reinventing higher education, as is highlighted by the recent launch of our Tech MBA program.”
He continued, “We are committed to reinventing higher education, as is highlighted by the recent launch of our Tech MBA program, which is the first of its kind in Europe and has been designed for managers who want to develop their career in technology companies or work in technological positions in other sectors.” The Tech MBA program will welcome its first class in September 2020.
Other Financial Times rankings not considered in this overall European business school survey include the Online MBA ranking, in which IE’s Global Online MBA program ranked as the No. 2 online MBA in the world.