IE Business School’s International MBA program holds the No. 8 position worldwide, as well as being No. 4 in Europe and No. 1 in Spain, in the FT’s 2017 ranking of MBA programs.
IE Business School has climbed four places from the No. 12 position it held in the 2016 edition of the ranking. This recognition further consolidates IE’s position as a world leader in education, following its success in other recent rankings that recognize IE as the best business school in the world for online MBA programs (Financial Times, March 2016), 3rd in the world for Master in Finance programs (Financial Times, June 2016), and 4th in Europe in the ranking of European business schools (Financial Times, December 2016).
This particular Financial Times ranking evaluated 21 quality indicators of both the School and program graduates. These indicators include the international focus of the school and its programs, the extent to which students’ expectations are met, increases in salary in the years following their graduation, the percentage of international professors and students, and the percentage of women among faculty and the student body, as well as levels of research at the school. The following are a list of indicators for which Talent and Careers feels especially proud of.
|Worldwide Business Schools rank||8||12|
|European Business Schools rank||4||4|
|Spanish Business Schools rank||1||1|
|Weighted Salary (US$)||168.923||159.266|
|Value for money rank||24||23|
|Salary today (US$)||168.920||160.659|
|Salary increase (%)||108||104|
|International mobility rank||28||27|
|Employed at three months (%)||89||92|
|Careers service rank||61||73|
|Career progress rank||4||5|
|Alumni recommend rank||26||27|
|Aims achieved (%)||85||83|