IPADE Business School has been ranked 16th in the Financial Times 2022 Executive Education ranking, positioning itself among the world’s top 50 business schools.
The ranking surveys the clients and participants of two types of programs:Open enrollment programs, offered for managers and executives of any organization, and Custom programs (focused on and tailored to the needs of specific organizations). And it also considers information about particular factors that all participating business schools must submit.
For open enrollment programs, IPADE Business School was ranked 30th, positioning itself among the 65 best business schools in the world. Also, IPADE made the top 20 in Aims Achieved, Preparation, and International Location, and it now features among the most relevant schools in New Skills & Learning as well. But one of the most significant achievements associated with this component of the ranking was that IPADE got a score of 9.3 out of 10 in program satisfaction.
Then, for custom programs, IPADE was ranked in the top 10 for Program Design and Future Use, and overall it ranked 16th for those two programs, standing among the top 70 business schools worldwide. The School also did an outstanding job in Teaching Methods & Materials, Faculty, New Skills & Learning, Aims Achieved, and Value for Money, ranking among the 20 best business schools in all those categories.
It is worth remembering that eligibility to participate in the ranking requires business schools to be awarded at least one of the two most important accreditations: AACSB and EFMD.
This year, FT adapted some features of the ranking to account for the disruption caused by the pandemic. Notably, it eliminated the Facilities category, and, for custom programs, it weighted responses relative to the seniority of respondents, the size of their organizations, and the number of business schools with which they work.
Founded in 1967, IPADE Business School is committed to promoting full integral development among executives and managers. Featuring at the top of such important rankings as the Financial Times ranking all but attests to the depth of its commitment to bringing managerial skills to increasingly better standards among participants, ensuring that they will be well-equipped to face the challenges of our increasingly changing and demanding global environment.