The masters of the Barcelona School of Management and of IDEC among the best in the world in the Eduniversal Ranking

Eduniversal Masters Ranking has recognised the Barcelona School of Management and IDEC as being among the 1,000 best business schools of the world. The Barcelona School of Management and IDEC have been awarded 3 “palmes”, which characterise them as an “Excellent Business School” and which indicates that they are very strong institutions in the domestic sphere with strong links to other international entities.

The Eduniversal Best Masters Ranking is the only ranking to assess the programmes of the 1,000 main business schools in the world and not the institutions themselves, using market criteria focused on the different sectors. Despite being a very new ranking, as it was created in 2009, both business schools and international publications like University World News echo its results.

Seven of the masters of the Barcelona School of Management and IDEC were included in the top 100 in the world and two were placed in the top 50 of Western Europe.

World Ranking

  • Position 8 – world ranking, Sports Management Category
    Master in Sports Management and Direction
  • Position 21 – world ranking, E-Business category
    Master in Search Engines: Marketing and Positioning (online)
  • Position 32, world ranking, Health Management category
    Master in Health Economics and Pharmaeconomics (online)
  • Position 48, world ranking, E-Business category
    Master in Direct and Digital Marketing
  • Position, 56, world ranking, Financial Markets category
    Master in Financial Markets
  • Position 60, world ranking, Real Estate Management category
    Master in Property, Urban Planning and Construction Law (LL.M.)

Western Europe ranking

  • Position 39, Western Europe ranking, Communication category
    Master in Communication Management
  • Position 48, Western Europe ranking, Human Resources Management category
    Master in Human Resource Management in Organisations

Eduniversal's official selection is the result of the analysis by an international scientific committee composed of 11 members, nine of whom are independent experts representing different parts of the world.

This committee bases its decisions on three criteria: (1) reputation of the programme, (2) salary of the first employment after graduation, and (3) the satisfaction of the students.