IESE MBA ranked 3rd in the World for International Experience

The Financial Times also highlights graduate salary increase of 121%

25/01/2016 Barcelona


The Financial Times recognizes the international experience offered by the IESE MBA

The IESE MBA has been ranked 16th in the world by the Financial Times.

The program has achieved an excellent position in the ranking for international course experience (3rd worldwide) and is first among the top 20 business schools in terms of student salary increase (121%).

The Financial Times also highlights strong satisfaction levels among IESE’s MBA students three years after graduation, some 85% of whom reported they had achieved goals.

Analysis of the ranking data reveals that across all criteria, the IESE MBA has maintained its position; with the exception of weighted salary.

Improvements on previous years include: 

  • Women in the classroom: 28. 
  • Salary increase: 121% (1st place in the top 20 business schools.) 
  • Student satisfaction: 85% objectives realized.
  • International experience offered by the program (3rd place): 60 nationalities.

IESE’s MBA program is unique in its global focus, thanks to the immersion of the students in real business situations via overseas modules in Shanghai, New York, Nairobi and Sao Paulo.

This international scope is reinforced by a strong exchange program, which gives students the option of studying in 30 leading business schools across Asia, Europe, Latin America, Middle East and the U.S.

Over the course of this year IESE is celebrating the 50th anniversary of the MBA – a program which has delivered world-class training to more than 10,000 executives around the world.