The best business schools in Europe are still found in France and the UK. Without changes for 2021 in the top five on the list, the ranking published by the Financial Times on Sunday puts HEC Paris (France), London Business School (UK) and Insead (France) in the top three.
In fourth place appears IESE, the same as last year, being the first Spaniard. IESE’s Assistant Director-General, Eric Weber, explained that the school’s position was due to “innovation, universality and high quality” of teachers and that the result underscores the quality of the various programmes, according to statements to Europa Press.
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SDA Bocconi Italian School of Management ranks fifth and the rest of the college top ten They are shared by University of St. Gallen (Switzerland), ESMT Berlin (Germany), Essec Business School (France), Oxford University: Said (UK) and Swiss Business School IMD, linked to Edhec Business School (France).
To find the rest of the Hispanic women, IE Business School (IE Univeristy) ranked 12th, like last year, and just after Esade appeared, there was one position lower than the 2020 list. The Dean of Esade, Josep Franch, confirmed that the position was awarded.” Acknowledgment of the educational experience Esade has developed this year,” which she noted had been little affected by the pandemic.
In the case of EADA, it is 25th, closing the list after improving the previous year’s standings by four places. The Dean of Eda College, Jordi Diaz, celebrated the entity’s ability to adapt “in a really complex context” and appreciated that education for professionals has become a hybrid.
London, Paris and Barcelona, the reference cities in the list
In this way, Barcelona, along with Paris and London, is the only European city with three business schools among the top 25 on the continent.
In its list of 95 places, the Financial Times also includes the Carlos III University of Madrid, in 73rd place, six below the previous ranking.
This ranking makes the average of the different specific rankings made throughout the year that refer to the different programs offered by the schools – MBA, Executive MBA, MBA, Open Executive Education and Customized Programs.
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