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IESE Professors Miguel Antón and Elena Reutskaja Among Rising Stars Of Business Academia

Prof. Elena Reutskaja of IESE’s Department of Marketing and Prof. Miguel Antón of IESE’s Department of Financial Management have been recognized as one of the world’s “40 Best Business School Professors Under the Age of 40” by the management education website Poets & Quants. Prof. Antón received his undergraduate and master’s degrees in economics from the University of Navarra. He …
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IESE Ranked In Top 3 Business Schools By Poets & Quants

Poets & Quants has released their new list of the best business schools outside of the U.S., and IESE featured in the top three just behind INSEAD (1st) and London Business School (2nd). This list is a composite of four major MBA rankings published by The Financial Times, The Economist, Bloomberg Businessweek and Forbes. The ranking takes into …
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2015 Alumni Perspectives Survey Report

The Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC) surveyed more than 12,000 graduate business school alumni from more than 230 graduate business programs at 71 participating universities in 16 locations across the globe. The results presented in the 2015 Alumni Perspectives Survey Report offer a global snapshot of employment and career progression for graduate business alumni representing …
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IESE MBA among World’s Top Ten

IESE’s MBA program is the 7th best MBA in the world and the 3rd best in Europe, according to the Financial Times’ Global MBA Rankings 2015, making it the highest placed Spanish business school. The ranking was topped by Harvard Business School, followed by London Business School and Wharton in second and third, respectively. The FT ranking looks at the …
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IESE Professor Eduard Calvo Among Rising Stars Of Business Academia

Prof. Eduard Calvo of IESE’s Department of Production, Technology and Operations has been recognized as one of the world’s “40 Best Business School Professors Under the Age of 40” by the management education website Poets & Quants. Prof. Calvo holds an M.Sc. and a Ph.D. in telecommunications engineering from the Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya (UPC), Spain. He …
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IESE MBA among World’s Top Ten

IESE’s MBA has climbed two places to occupy seventh spot in the Financial Times’ Global MBA Rankings 2013, making it the highest placed Spanish business school. The ranking was topped by Harvard Business School, followed by Stanford Graduate School of Business and Wharton in second and third, respectively. The ranking confirms U.S dominance in the business school sector, …
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Top Business Schools in Europe 2011

Spanish business schools continue to perform trongly in the international market, Financial Times’ latest European business schools ranking reveals. IESE has scaled the ranks from 9th position to 4th, just behind HEC Paris (1st), INSEAD (2nd) and London Business School (3rd). The ranking takes into account such factors as company satisfaction, program design, career progression …
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The Best MBAs in the World 2011

IESE Business School has scaled five places to claim third in the CNN Expansión ranking. Harvard Business School and London Business School place first and second, respectively, with Wharton (4) and INSEAD (5) rounding out the top five. IESE’s improved standing is largely thanks to the high score it registered in the “return on investment” …
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IESE MBA Among World’s Top 5

IESE’s MBA program is the 5th best MBA in the world and the best in Europe, according to The Economist’s latest rankings. The Top 5 was otherwise dominated by U.S. institutions, with the University of Chicago’s Booth School of Business claiming the  top spot, followed by Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth, Haas School of …
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IESE Commits to the UN Principles for Responsible Education

The United Nations has created an open list of institutions that recognize the importance of CSR education. IESE is one of the first Spanish business schools to sign up. Joan Fontrodona, professor of business ethics at IESE, voiced his support for the launch of this initiative, arguing that the issue of CSR must be addressed …
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