ESADE VS IE for bachelor's degree.

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Hi everyone. I'm planning to get my BA in Spain and wonder are these two universities good for undergrad. I know they both are excellent for MBA, but I saw them only in MBA rankings.
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Hi everyone. I'm planning to get my BA in Spain and wonder are these two universities good for undergrad. I know they both are excellent for MBA, but I saw them only in MBA rankings.
Hey, I was in the same situation a couple of weeks ago and after a lot of research and comparison ; speaking to teachers, companies and career's advisors I got to the conclusion that ESADE is a better university for undergrad than IE. IE is mostly recognized for its Masters, IESE for its MBA and ESADE for its UNDERGRAD. Its the top Uni in Spain so its targeted by the best employers in the country and internationally with an average salary of 46K a year which is pretty good.

Now that i've taken out IE Im still deciding whether to go to Manchester or ESADE. Do you know anything about which one could be better?

Hope that I could clear out some doubts of yours.
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Hey, I was in the same situation a couple of weeks ago and after a lot of research and comparison ; speaking to teachers, companies and career's advisors I got to the conclusion that ESADE is a better university for undergrad than IE. IE is mostly recognized for its Masters, IESE for its MBA and ESADE for its UNDERGRAD. Its the top Uni in Spain so its targeted by the best employers in the country and internationally with an average salary of 46K a year which is pretty good.

Now that i've taken out IE Im still deciding whether to go to Manchester or ESADE. Do you know anything about which one could be better?

Hope that I could clear out some doubts of yours.
Where did you get your salary figure? for the Master Courses Esade publishes much lower figures. i would immagine for undergraduate courses the entrance salaries are lower still.

Msc Finance: EUR 37K (http://www.esade.edu/management/eng/...career-options)

MSc in Int. Management: EUR 39 (http://www.esade.edu/management/eng/...career-options)
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Where did you get your salary figure? for the Master Courses Esade publishes much lower figures. i would immagine for undergraduate courses the entrance salaries are lower still.

Msc Finance: EUR 37K (http://www.esade.edu/management/eng/...career-options)

MSc in Int. Management: EUR 39 (http://www.esade.edu/management/eng/...career-options)

I will be going to ESADE so ive recieved theri brochure which specifies it with up to date data, but heres a website where you can see the key characteristics and info on ESADE

http://www.bachelorstudies.com/Bache...A/Spain/ESADE/
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