EADA Business School

Barcelona, Spain
For over 50 years EADA has been in the frontline of manager training and in-company training programmes for the business community. Our longstanding relations with over 350 Associated Companies constitute the backbone of our training and intends to address the needs of the corporate world by urging the participants on our programmes to take on an active role in their own career development.



Founded in 1957, EADA was one of the first Spanish institutions to provide training programmes that specifically targeted the business world.


  • EADA offers several types of MBAs (Master in Business Administration), each designed for participants with a different profile. EADA is a pioneer in practical professional development with its own methodology, "Learning by doing", and values small class sizes in all of our programmes.
  • Our masters are designed for professionals with a university degree. The programmes aim to improve participants’ competencies in various areas and provide them with the competitive skills necessary to succeed in the corporate world.
  • Executive Education


We consider research as key to promoting loyalty among our participants and chief stakeholders as well as to our positioning in an increasingly competitive market. Each academic department contributes to intellectual production and publishes in different media. Our commitment with the corporate world constitutes a stimulus for researching highly relevant issues. Our research centres reflect the institution's interest in promoting matters of great relevance through research, teaching and consultancy.

Master's Programmes

Business & Management (4)
Hospitality, Leisure & Sports (1)


  • EQUIS: This quality accreditation is awarded to institutions that meet EQUIS' strict quality standards. Only 4 Spanish institutions and 131 worldwide have received this distinction.
  • AMBA: EADA's MBA programmes have earned AMBA accreditation awarded by the Association of MBAs. AMBA represents an international network of 157 internationally recognised business schools.