Eada Business School is associated with the CFA Institute and Bloomberg Institute. It has the membership of the Consejo Latinoamericano de Escuelas de Administración (CLADEA) and the Executive MBA Council.Students learn how to undertake financial analysis and understand processes such as M&A and the risks associated with different financial instruments. Students can specialize in either corporate finance or investment banking in the third trimester of the program.
- The students can actively participate in engaging class discussions and share their insights and innovative solutions to real business problems under the guidance of our experienced faculty.
- The unique methodology of the school ensures that the students develop the skills and confidence to be effective team members and leaders in diverse business environments along with a strategic perspective. The University helps the students learn how to apply the latest professional practice in the real world.
- EADA provides scholarships for superior performance in the program. Scholarships cover between 10% and 40% of the program fee, and diversity scholarships cover 40%. Some of the Eada Business scholarships include Asian Scholarship and the Central & Eastern Europe Scholarship.