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IE Business School holds the No. 14 position worldwide in executive education programs in the 2011 Financial Times ranking, which examines the quality of open programs and in-company courses run by business schools. 

IE Business School is an international reference in executive education, with programs for top-tier management that include the Advanced Management Program (AMP), Senior Management Program (SMP) and the Global Senior Management Program (GSMP), run jointly with University of Chicago Booth School of Business in Madrid and London. 

The Financial Times ranking follows on IE’s success in recent MBA rankings carried out by Wall Street Journal (No. 1 non-US worldwide), Financial Times (No. 3 in Europe No. 8 worldwide) and Forbes (No. 3 worldwide). In executive education rankings by BusinessWeek  IE has been ranked No. 1 in Europe, No. 6 worldwide, while América Economía  ranked IE No. 1 in Europe and No. 4 worldwide, further consolidating IE’s position among the world’s top business schools. 

The FT Executive Education ranking uses different parameters to analyze the quality of executive education programs. Criteria include the degree of satisfaction of participants with regard to the preparation and design of the courses, the quality of faculty, the international content of programs, the student body profile, the development of management skills, and fulfilment of expectations. The authors of the ranking contrasted the opinion of participants and client firms for both open and customized programs. 

(Spanish version)

IE Business School, 14ª del mundo en formación ejecutiva según Financial Times 

IE Business School ocupa  la 14ª posición del mundo en formación directiva en el ranking 2011 de Executive Education de Financial Times, informe internacional que analiza la calidad de los programas abiertos y los cursos in-company de las escuelas de negocios. 

IE Business School es referente en formación ejecutiva y cuenta con programas para altos directivos como el Advanced Management Program (AMP), el Senior Management Program (SMP) o el Global Senior Management Program (GSMP), que se imparte conjuntamente con University of Chicago Booth School of Business en Madrid y Londres. 

El ranking de Financial Times se suma a los resultados que ha obtenido IE en los últimos rankings de programas MBA de Wall Street Journal (1º del mundo), Financial Times (3ª de Europa, 8ª del mundo) o Forbes (3º del mundo). Y a los rankings de executive education de Business Week (1ª de Europa, 6ª del mundo), o América Economía (1ª de Europa, 4ª del mundo), que consolidan al IE entre las mejores escuelas de negocios del mundo. 

El informe de Financial Times analiza distintos indicadores de calidad de los programas para directivos. Entre ellos, evalúa el grado de satisfacción de los participantes respecto a la preparación y el diseño de los cursos, la calidad del claustro de profesores, el enfoque internacional de los programas, el perfil del alumnado, el desarrollo de habilidades de dirección, el cumplimiento de expectativas, etc. Tanto en el análisis de los programas abiertos, como en el de la formación in-company, los autores analizan la opinión de participantes y empresas clientes.

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