Financial Times Ranks IE Business School 2nd in the World for Online MBA Programs
The latest Financial Times ranking places IE Business School’s Global Online MBA as second in the world and further consolidates IE University’s international position as a leader in online education.
The ranking highlights the programs commitment to corporate social responsibility, ranking the School first in this particularly category. Among the key factors the Financial Times considers for this ranking are student profiles, their career path, academic experience, diversity, and faculty.
The Global MBA allows students, who as a class typically represent more than 50 nationalities, to explore business foundations in a flexible, customizable, and highly interactive learning environment. Students now have the option of completing the program in either 17 or 24 months, and can choose to participate in the course fully online or in a blended format that includes face-to-face periods in Madrid.
The Global MBA at IE Business School prepares students to manage the new normal of constant change.”
Ignacio Gafo, Vice Dean of Global & Executive MBA Programs at IE Business School
“The program offers the same academic rigor as a face-to-face program and our students develop the skills necessary for managing and leading multinational teams, in physical and online environments, and in a highly volatile context. The ranking reflects the rigorous work and academic excellence, which enhance the professional development and success of our students over many years,” said Ignacio Gafo, Vice Dean of Global & Executive MBA Programs at IE Business School.