This valuable recognition is in addition to the recently awarded merco talent ranking, which placed ESIC as the 2nd Business School in Spain and 47th out of 100 spanish companies with greatest capacity to attract and hold talent.
ESIC has been recognized for the second consecutive year by the prestigious American magazine Bloomberg Businessweek as the 28th best business school in the world with regard to the delivery of international full-time MBA programs in its new edition of the “Best International Business Schools 2016″ ranking. The opinions of 9,000 recent business school graduates, 15,000 alumni and 1,000 employers were surveyed.
In the 2016 ranking of best MBA programs, headed by the London Business School, INSEAD and Oxford (Saïd), ESIC has been recognized by Bloomberg Businessweek as the 28th best business school in the world thanks to the delivery of its Master’s Degree in Business Administration and Management (MBA full-time).
The methodology employed by Bloomberg Businessweek is based on a series of surveys of 9,000 recent business school graduates, 15,000 alumni, and 1,000 employers.
“Our MBA was created more than three decades ago to respond to companies’ growing need to incorporate professionals with a modern and useful vision adapted to the reality of business. Thus, our MBA is designed to train global business leaders with deeply rooted ethical values ” said Joaquín Calvo, director of postgraduate study at ESIC and director of the full-time MBA.
The Master in Business Administration and Management at ESIC is the only Master’s degree which, besides the MBA’s classic training, incorporates specialties in Marketing, Digital Economy – training accredited by the Institute of Digital Economy of ESIC – emerging markets, innovation and entrepreneurship – training supported, supervised and mentored by the ESIC Entrepreneurs division.