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Escuela de Administración de Empresas de Barcelona

The Escuela de Administración de Empresas (EAE Business School) is one of the Higher Education Institution in business administration which was based in Barcelona and it is focused on training in the business fields including MBA programs, masters in administration by area. EAE was built-in in 1958 on the initiative of José de Orbaneja y Aragón, then director of the Superior Technical School of Industrial Engineers of Barcelona and is currently accredited by the Spanish Association of Business Management Schools (AEEDE) of which he is a founding member. In 2006, Grupo Planeta bought EAE Business School. EAE has 5 campuses, three of which are in Barcelona and two in Madrid, also has offices in Mexico, Colombia and Peru, this strengthens the School institutional links with the Latin America and runs the academic, cultural and professional exchange programs with academic institutions and business schools. EAE implements an active partnership policy with universities through which it will be offering double qualifications, with Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya in the case of programs run in Barcelona, and with the Universidad Rey Juan Carlos for studies undertaken at the Madrid campus. EAE is one of the top Spanish companies with the best talents, baronial a part of the Top 5 Business Schools for the tenth after year. With account to the Merco Baronial of Corporate Responsibility and Governance, in the 2015 edition, EAE ranked 24th in the accepted aggregation classification. EAE was the first Business School in Spain to obtain the 9001 ISO International Quality Certification. EAE is a full member of AEEDE (Spanish Association of Business Management Schools); EFMD (European Foundation for Management Development), EBEN (European Business Ethics Network), ForQ (Association for Quality in Training), CLADEA (Latin American Council of MBA Schools) and AACSB (The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business).