EU Business School's MBA ranked #2 in Spain by Forbes magazine

Posted on 23rd Jun 2022 in University Study, Spain

EU Business School’s MBA program ranks #2 in Spain in the latest MBA rankings by Forbes Magazine, rising one position with respect to last year.

This result pays testament to the academic quality of the institution’s MBA program, which was also recently recognized within the top 20 MBA programs in the world by prestigious Latin American business journal, América Economía.

EU Business School (EU) is proud to announce that its MBA program has ranked #2 in Spain by the distinguished business publication, Forbes Magazine. The institution’s MBA program climbs one place compared to last year’s ranking, a clear testament to EU’s commitment to academic excellence, hands-on learning and the professional development of its students.

EU stands out for its pioneering approach to global business education, with a broad program portfolio designed to adapt to the rapid changes of industry. Students are provided with real-world business skills and foster the entrepreneurial mindset essential for career success in the workplace of the future. In addition, they gain new international perspectives by studying within a student body and faculty of over 100 nationalities. It is of note that all EU programs are delivered exclusively in English.

Mr. Carl Craen, managing director of EU Business School, expressed his pride on learning of the result and stated: “I am thrilled that Forbes Magazine has once again recognized the high quality of EU Business School’s MBA program. This ranking highlights our dedication to pragmatic learning in an international environment, which successfully prepares students for careers in today’s fast-paced and globalized world.”

EU’s portfolio of MBA programs currently comprises 11 majors in the most in-demand areas of business, including global banking and finance, digital business, entrepreneurship, international marketing and blockchain management.

The Forbes MBA 2022 rankings provide a comprehensive appraisal of MBA programs assessing each institution’s program on the following criteria: price and accessibility; educational offer, quality and resources; research and innovation; professional projection; level of internationalization; and accreditations.