Faculty

Faculty

ESADE Business School's international faculty includes distinguished leaders in both academia and business. You will be able to draw on their vast experience and in-depth knowledge, learning about both cutting-edge theory and its practical application.

Outside the classroom, our faculty members also act as mentors to help you make the most of the opportunities for personal and professional growth that the MSc experience affords.

ESADE faculty
BALANCED STAFF FOR EACH PROGRAMME
Experts in research and education
will teach you the fundamentals, the future trends and the innovative perspectives that they have developed as a result of their own research.
CEOs, entrepreneurs, business owners, opinion leaders and top-level
consultants will share practical insights with you, helping you to connect the theory you study to current markets trends.
FROM ACADEMIA TO THE BOARDROOM AND, FROM RESEARCH TO ACTIVE SOLUTIONS

ESADE faculty members are professionals of the highest calibre, with ambitions matching those of the students they tech. Many of our professors are both highly-regarded professionals and renowned scholars in their respective fields, both within and beyond ESADE. Through their close professional contacts and abreast of the latest trends in their spheres of knowledge, our professors are acutely aware of the challenges corporations face today and what profiles are needed to staff them.

Our comprehensive and ongoing research, our pioneering learning methodologies and intuitive students-professor relationships enable us to meet the educational challenges required to satisfy organisations' evolving demands.

Besides providing employers with highly qualified professionals, we also instil a sense of belonging and a unique core of socially-responsible values in our students. Each ESADE graduate is, thus, not only an agent of change, but also an ambassador of our institution, an emerging business school whose name has now become synonymous with a new school of thought.

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