EAE Business School is a Spanish private business school founded in 1958. The School is a member of AACSB, EMFD, CLADEA and EMBAC. Its programmes are certified by the Ministry of Education, ANECA, AQU, PMI and CSCMP.Show more
EAE Business School has quite good rating according to student reviews on EDUopinions. What is more, EAE has been receiving international accreditations, national recognitions, and positive feedback from its graduates.
EAE Business School is located in Barcelona (Spain).
If you want to apply to EAE Business School, you will need:
EAE Business School offers accreditations by the Universidad Rey Juan Carlos for programmes in Madrid, and by the Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya for programmes in Barcelona.
EAE tuition fees can differ based on the degree level and study mode. In general, for example, a full-time master’s degree costs between €13.500 and €18.000, a bachelor’s degree costs around €7.500, and a full-time MBA costs around €27.500.
I did a MBA online that was deliberately spread out over 3 years as I was in full-time employment at the time.
Building relationships with the tutors was by far the greatest outcome of this degree. Yes, the course content was OK (some units were far better than others) but the connections made were worth the entire cost. Hence the 5 stars.
The tutors were practising entrepreneurs and experts, so the information they gave was 100% applicable. The tutors that really stood out were Luís Losantos and Martín Garcia, who not only gave their time to answer questions during the course but continued to provide help and guidance after my degree ended.
As it was an online course, it was difficult to build strong relationships with my peers, but I also could have made more effort on that front. I am still part of a WhatsApp group and I see dinners being organised from time to time.
All in all, the MBA was well worth the time it took. A big thank you to all the EAE team for the experience.View more
The program was really intéressant. It has opened to me other ways to see hospitality and tourism after my Bachelor. The teachers are, most of them, disponible and open. One bad point would be the organisation of the school which was a big mess. Class canceled 10 minutes before, instructions blurry to make reconoze our diploma, and also i am still waiting for my diploma… one year after m’y graduation.View more
The program itself is good, I like the way the subjects are structured I found most of them really need important and useful.
The classes are 2 hours long with no pauses during them which I found horrible because after 1 hour you need a 10 min break to recompose yourself and be able to focus again .
The teachers are professional and clearly understand what they are teaching.
The buildings are modern and new.
I like the technical classes because I can learn lots of skills and the professors here are so nice and responsible. Due to the pandemic, all sessions were recorded, so if we are not clear about some knowledge, we can redo it from campus.View more
The program offered a variety of classes that covers all the different aspects of a business case: finance, economics, marketing, supply chain, etc. My favourite part was interacting with the diverse class of 27 countries. The different opinions made the courses so interesting and appealing to learn.View more
Great program, instructors are very professional, the staff is very friendly with very proper communication with students. Schedules are very good. Instructors are very friendly and have the needed expertise.View more
Really bad decision of joining EAE business school worst education experience ever they don’t care about any of the students.
I presented my final thesis with a good grade and afterwards they told me I have failed the thesis. They told me that I did not pass a class. I had no guidance on how to apply for the class again and they never answered my emails while telling me I had to do another thesis. Many students face bad attention and are treated poorly in EAE. I beg everyone doing their research online to please look for other universities. For the price of EAE there’s way better options.View more
I don’t even know where to begin… from the very first moment where you request for some info and immediately get flooded with marketing emails and calls and aggressive tactics of sales up to the point where you make your first call to Secretary to ask for some help and get ignored on your very first outreach (if you don’t trust what I am saying, call secretary and pretend to request for help on anything and see for yourself..) the point that I am trying to get across is that they just come after your money and don’t care about anything else and don’t expect to get the quality service that they sell you… you’re better off doing a bit of further research on real schools where your career prospects are really taken into account and where the quality of teaching and career strategy is really what they sell in the marketing sheets, don’t get yourself carried away with ranking figures that do no reflect the reality of the day-to-day.. beyond upset..View more