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EAE ranked among the Top 35 best business schools in the world in the América Economía 2017 league table

The School ranks 32 nd in the Global Business Schools 2017 league table, which was headed by IESE, Harvard Business School and Haas School of Business. EAE is the second leading school in terms of the volume of international students on MBA programs, and fourth with respect to equal participation between women and men.

Tuesday, 23 de May, 2017

EAE Business School has ranked among the Top 35 best business schools in the world by América Economía, in the journal’s league table Global Business Schools 2017, which analyses which business schools are the most prestigious for Latin American students from among a total of 49 institutions around the world. The league table was headed by IESE Business School, followed by Harvard Business School, Haas School of Business, London Business School and HEC Paris School of Management.

Key results published in the ranking include the fact that EAE Business School ranks as the second leading business school, just behind IE, in terms of the volume of international students on MBA programs. With respect to EAE’s innovation focus, the new criterion including in this year’s ranking, the School obtained the maximum possible score (100), along with the leading academic institutions around the world.

In addition, the School ranked fourth in the world in terms of equal participation between male and female students, and classified among the Top 10 business schools with the highest proportion of foreign students, and the institutions with the strongest professional network in Latin America.

THE GLOBAL BUSINESS SCHOOLS 2017 RANKING

The Global Business Schools 2017 league table, prepared by the journal América Economía, strives to provide guidance to Latin American students when embarking on Master and Postgraduate studies in the best business schools around the world.

In the 2017 edition, the main points to be evaluated in the ranking are, among others, the proportion of foreign students, the number of nationalities, the proportion of foreign lecturers, the percentage of women enrolled, and the proportion of applicants admitted to the School. As a new development this year, the journal has included the innovation dimension, in which it has analysed the School’s focus onpedagogical innovation, research and student development.

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