Out of 95 business schools in Europe published by the Financial Times in its ranking, TBS Education has reached 55th place, improving its position by 3.

This climb is a large-scale recognition for the teams in charge of education and marketing programs in all fields.

The improvement in the ranking is also another positive proof of the impact of the #INSPIRING2026 strategy, based on the renovation of the four campuses, the international influence, the creation of new training models, and, of course, the educational well-being that we are working so hard on from Barcelona.

The Financial Times Ranking Method

The Financial Times (FT) is a British economic and financial newspaper. It is generally regarded as Europe’s leading business newspaper. The Financial Times is read mainly by the economic and financial elites of Europe and the United States. The newspaper is divided into two sections, with various national and international news on the one hand and business and financial market news on the other.

The Financial Times publishes seven annual rankings of business schools. It focuses on MBAs, master’s degrees in finance, master’s degrees in management, online MBA programs, and continuing education programs.

TBS Education – Barcelona, a school of quality and impact

Sharing the ranking with cities such as Paris, London, or Milan, the business schools of Barcelona and Madrid are among the most outstanding in Europe for their academic quality, according to the ranking. For its prestige, teaching quality, and research, TBS Education appears in this ranking.

For their evaluation, business schools must have, as an indispensable condition, the EQUIS -European Quality Improvement System– academic accreditation, granted by EFMD Global (European Foundation for Management Development) and considered the most prestigious international accreditation in the field of management training; or the accreditation issued by the AACSB International (Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business). TBS Education is also accredited by AMBA (Association of MBA), placing it among the 1% of business schools in the world that hold the prestigious triple crown of accreditations.

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