EAE presents the Annual Report for the 2015/2016 academic year with a very positive balance. Among the main milestones: the good employability of the students; the increased research activity by the School's different members and groups; the growing internationalisation both of the students and of the teaching staff and the different EAE partners around the world, and; the growth of the association of students and former students or Alumni. The high degree of collaboration with companies and partners is also worth mentioning, enhacing the students' networking with the institutions.
Position in rankings and international view
EAE Business School's clear international vocation in 2016 brought an increased number of programs given in English and strengthened the agreements with prestigious universities like Pace University New York.
EAE Business School also stands among the 15 best Business Schools in the world according to the América Economía Ranking 2016: EAE's MBA was recognised among the 80 best in Europe and the 250 best in the world (QS Global 250 Business Schools Report 2017), it has three masters degrees among the best in the world according to Eduniversal, and was highlighted among the world's best business schools according to Expansión México. The School has academic relations with institutions of the like of the Latin-American Council of Administration Schools (CLADEA) and The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB), and is adhered to programs such as the PRME (Principles for Responsible Management Education), promoted by the United Nations.
91% of the school's graduates find work within six months of finishing their programs
The Annual Report 2016 gives the figures and percentages of the employability of the junior and senior students who pass through the School. The Professional Careers area managed more than 5,500 offers of jobs and practice in 40 countries and 34 sectors through a network of more than 3,500 collaborating companies. Thanks to this, 41% of students find work at the end of their programs and 91% do so within six months of leaving EAE. 60% also acknowledge that they increased their annual salary after finishing a master's degree at the School. A significant number of students also start their own business. The report includes the summary of employability activities, and especially the Talent Week and the Online Employment Forum, which brought in recruiters like Apple, Walt Disney and the Grupo Planeta itself. Faculty & Research
EAE increased its wager on research. The EAE teaching staff and research team did more than a hundred research activities including over 15 articles in research journals, took part in 31 national and international congresses, gave 14 papers at specialised congresses and more than 40 reports and case studies, as well as other research activities.
Networking and experience: the Association of Students and Former Stduents grows
In 2016, EAE continued to consolidate its association of students and former students, Alumni EAE, and held a new edition of the Alumni Reunion, which brought more than 900 people. Ken Segall, creative director for Apple for 12 years, was the main speaker at an event attended by companies of the like of Spotify, Booking, Inditex, Banco Sabadell and BP. Since 1958, more than 73,000 students have trodden the classrooms of EAE, and in 2016 more than 60 activities were organised exclusively for former students, with the active participation of over 9,000 professionals, giving EAE ambassadors in countries like Peru, Mexico and Colombia.
91% of graduates find work within six months of finishing their program
Networking and experience:
the Association of Sudents and Former Students grows
More than 5,500 offers of jobs and practice
More than 3,500 collaborating companies
More than 60 activities exclusively for former students