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|Rankings at a glance|
|3 year average rank||35|
|Full time MBA 2010||>30|
|MBA salary today ($)||82,237|
|MBA salary increase (%)||78|
|Executive MBA 2010||37|
|EMBA salary today ($)||91,209|
|EMBA salary increase (%)||48|
|Masters in Management 2010||45|
|Masters in Management salary today ($)||46,574|
|Executive education 2010|
|Open programmes - Executive Education 2010||27|
|Custom programmes - Executive Education 2010||27|
Information below is provided by the Business School
Founded in 1957 in Barcelona, EADA was one of the first Spanish institutions to provide training programmes that specifically targeted the business world. For over 50 years EADA has been in the frontline of manager training.
Over 120,000 participants from over 40 countries have entrusted their training to EADA, which shows that it is one of Europe's most innovative and prestigious business schools.
EADA has been awarded by the international accreditation EQUIS and AMBA.
1. Data are provided for information only and do not form part of the 2010 ranking.
2. School was not included in the published 2010 ranking for this survey.
3. Figure in brackets refers to data from second programme for schools with more than one programme ranked.
4. The Cems programme was ranked number two in the Masters in Management 2010 rankings, but it has not been included in the European Business Schools 2010 ranking as it is a programme and not a school.