IESE Business School

IESE Business School

 

Speaking about MBA, in addition to the best schools in the U.S., such as Stanford University, Harvard University, and Wharton at the University of Pennsylvania. But there are also many good business schools outside the U.S., such as IE Business School at IE University in Madrid, Spain, and IESE Business School at the University of Navarra, a private not-for-profit university, that was founded by St. Josemaría Escrivá de Balaguer in 1952 in Pamplona, Spain. The experts rank the University of Navarra as the best private university in Spain.

 

 

The University of Navarra’s graduate business school, IESE, was founded in 1958 in Barcelona. In 1963, IESE Business School launched the first 2-year MBA program in Europe after forming an alliance with (HBS), Harvard Business School. Today, IESE has many campuses in São Paulo, New York, Munich, Madrid, and its main campus in Barcelona. IESE offers an Executive MBA, MBA, and Executive Education programs.

 

 

Address:

Av. de Pearson, 21, 08034 Barcelona, Spain.

 

IESE Business School Ranking:

No. 1 in Europe, and No. 6 in the world.

 

Acceptance Rate:

31%.

 

Application Deadline:

March 1, 2019.

 

Average GMAT:

680.

 

Median GMAT:

680.

 

GMAT Range:

600-750.

 

Majors:

These concentrations and departments are offered at IESE:

  • Strategic Management.
  • Production, Technology and Operations Management.
  • Economics.
  • Managing People in Organizations.
  • Accounting and Control.
  • Marketing.
  • Entrepreneurship.
  • Business Ethics.
  • Information Systems.
  • Financial Management.
  • Managerial Decision Sciences.

 

 

IESE Business School Notable Alumni:

Pedro Sánchez, Prime Minister of Spain, Francisco Garcia Parames, a Spanish Fund manager and the founder of Bestinver Asset Management, Ibukun Awosika, a Nigerian motivational speaker, author, and businesswoman, Janne Haaland Matláry, is a Norwegian politician, writer, and political scientist, Juan Roig Alfonso, the president of the Spanish supermarket chain that called Mercadona and Spanish billionaire businessman, Mario Alonso Puig, the author of Reinventarse and a surgeon, Mariló Montero, Spanish television presenter and journalist, Borja Sémper, a Spanish politician, Juan Antonio Samaranch, a Spanish minister of sports and sports administrator, Joan Clos, a politician, Cristina Garmendia, a Spanish businesswoman and biologist, Marek Kamiński, Polish philosopher, entrepreneur, author, and Polar explorer, and Miguel Sanz, Spanish Politician.

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