Study Abroad – MBA In Spain

¿Has estado en España? ¡Es asombroso!

The most football-crazy nation is arguably one of the best study destinations after Germany and France according to the QS Applicant Survey.

 

IE Business School

The 12-month full-time MBA programme at Instituto de Empresa is fully accredited by the three most highly regarded international accreditation bodies in the realm of higher business education in the world: AACSB, EQUIS and AMBA.  They have a rolling admission system and the campus is located in the beautiful city of Madrid. The college claims that 90% of the students are placed within 3 months after graduation.

The IE International MBA tuition fee is 69.200€*.  Scholarship criteria are based on merit and economic need.  Every year about 40% of all IE Master Degree candidates receive some financial assistance.

 

ESADE Business School

A full-time MBA at ESADE, Barcelona can take anywhere from 12 to 18 months, depending on your profile and the options you choose. The medium of instruction is English, but students are generally made to take a course in Spanish, the third most popular language in the world. As opposed to IE, ESADE Business School takes students every September only.

Total compulsory MBA in tuition fee is €62,700. There is a student loan programme and a country-wise external financing aid system available as well.

 

IESE Business School

IESE provides a two-year long MBA programme at Barcelona with an intake in every September.

IESE’s MBA Program has been approved by the CFA Institute University Recognition Program. This approval recognises that the IESE MBA Program embeds in the curricula a significant portion of the CFA Program Candidate Body of Knowledge (CBOK), topics that are required for the three levels of the CFA exam.

The tuition fee for two years is 76,828 €. The College also charges a small commitment fee after you have secured admission. Scholarships details can be obtained here.

We’re saying, consider Spain for your higher studies. You never know, you might even be lucky enough to witness a bullfight and the Tomatina festival.

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