ESADE Business School

DEFINITION of 'ESADE Business School'

The business school division of the Ramon Llull University. ESADE Business School offers coursework for MBA and other graduate programs in conjunction with ESADE University Faculties. The school has over 6,000 students at four locations in Madrid, Barcelona, Buenos Aires and Casablanca.

BREAKING DOWN 'ESADE Business School'

The ESADE Business School was founded in 1958 and is headquartered in Barcelona. It is consistently ranked among the top business schools by major financial publications. It has partnerships and exchange programs with other educational institutions around the world.

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