For the second year in a row, EAE has been selected by América Economía as one of the 30 best Business Schools in the world in its Best Global Business Schools Ranking 2014.
For the second time in its history, EAE has been ranked among the most prestigious 30 business schools in the world in a league table in which the top three positions are held by IESE, Harvard Business School and Haas School of Business. A total of 41 Business Schools from all around the world have taken part in the ranking this year and it is interesting to note that, for the first time, two Asian schools are included on the list: NUS Business School in Singapore, and Shanghai University, the latter of which is also one of EAE’s partner institutions.
The aim of América Economía’s ranking, ‘The Best Global Business Schools 2014’, is to give guidance to Latin American students who wish to leave the region to embark on Master’s and Postgraduate studies. One of the features of EAE highlighted by América Economía Intelligence, the institution that produces the ranking, is the school’s connection with Latin America, measured by the number and proportion of Latin American students enrolled. The Business School’s academic standing is also underlined, with a specific emphasis on the quality of the teaching faculty in line with their academic qualifications.
Other aspects highly praised by the ranking were the School’s Level of Selectivity (the rigour of the admission’s process), its Prestige (based on the opinion of 5,000 América Economía readers with respect to their perception of the School’s quality and prestige) and the Value for Money (analysis of total cost of programme, cost of living on the Campus, etc.).
"See the ranking results":http://www.slideshare.net/eaecomunicacion/mba-global-sp .
EAE would like to thank all of the School’s students, former students, faculty members and collaborating companies for their help in achieving these results.