EADA Business School is an accredited international business school in Barcelona, Spain. Ever since its foundation in 1957, it has constantly been growing and has become one of the first institutions in Spain to run manager training programmes for the business-related community.Show more
I strongly suggest talk first with someone has done same course that you are going to apply.
You can on Linkedin whom are doing your MBA programm or whom are doing now.
MY experience is really bad for MBA (Onsite/Online):
1. Non-updated references & contents,
2. Non-organization or planification. We don’t know many times the agenda of our Lecturers sessions or if lecturer (external collaborator) is sick, nobodies say nothing after the professor back.
3. Grades are delivered so late. Sometimes later after start new semester.
4. Lecturers non-skills to moderate videocalls and non-knowledge how to use the platform.
5. Platforms fails and lecturers share information over platforms where students work
6. Sometimes the case studies and latemotive subjects are so focus on local rather international or global approach.
In addition, if you are going to choose EADA for its prestige, please take into account prestige is related to specific programme, no for each programme that they have.
I and other MBA-colleagues could explain additional bad experiences difficult to collect here only one post. AGAIN, I strongly recommend talk with current students (3 students is enough for clear view) and try to ask questions related to their experience.
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The Master in Strategic Human Resource Management helped me thinking in a completely different way and approach problems differently. This was for me the real added value. I would strongly recommend it to people that want to acquire a different vision!View more
EADA is one of the oldest private business schools in Barcelona. They always tried to be the best and competed for achievement. Recently it is ranked as third in Spain after ESADE and IE. Its third ranking is guaranteed but in future school is aiming to be second and then first. Comparing prices, EADA is quite cheaper than IE and ESADE degrees. I have studied finance master degree and education is fulfilling every missing point for students. With enormous network and school’s reputation, it is easy to find a job after graduation. Lastly, School is located in the centre of Barcelona and easy to travel for students from every point of the city.View more
Hey! I am currently doing marketing master in EADA Business School! Since october, I feel my knowledge in the area of marketing has improved significantly! I would suggest EADA, for the ones who are looking for a practical education rather than theoretical!View more
EADA Business school is in the Example, in the center of Barcelona.
During this master you can meet people coming around the world: Multicultural business improvement. => We learnt to work with people from different opinions. ( Openminded)
High quality teachers
A lot of interaction in class thanks to cases.
Its an interesting and challenging Master.
Business school in the center of Barcelona. High quality teachers and very interactive case study based classes provide an interesting learning experience. Useful knowledge that can be easily applied on the “real” business world. A good choice for the future!View more
The Learning y Doing Method is the best way to learn.
Eada gives you the opportunity to apply what you learn and provides you with the necessary tools to develop you as a Manager.
If you want to learn and apply what you learn, EADA is the best place to do it!
“Multicultural Business World” inside the class! You apply what you learn in real cases. The high quality of professors helps you to shape your thoughts and knowledge and enhance your manager skills.View more
So majority of teachers are great and inspiring. They harmonise their experiences with know-how to deliver game-changing lessons.
The intl management course structure is also challenging. You develop much-needed EQ with relevant soft skills especially e.g. time management and group cohesion.
The improvements relate to admin and organisation in general. The timetabling is often disbalanced at the end of the trisemesters when they squeeze students. But this can backfire if it interferes with performance academically. But as already mentioned, this is a minor detail.
The EADA exchange programme is also an area of improvement. The way they match candidates with places is inconsistent sometimes. I would encourage them to focus on opening more places at the host institution as opposed to encouraging students to take what is left. If a student works hard and performs above average, then they deserve a place on the programme they chose, one way or another. But these instances are few and often negotiable.
So far it’s been great to test my limits and I look forward to the more challenges to come.View more
Currently following the master in management at EADA, it is a really enriching experience. The case method study is really adapted to business studies and keep us busy learning a lot every day. Barcelona is a pleasant city to live in with many opportunities to divert and one of the most innovative place in Europe.View more