[photopress:IE_Business_School___color.jpg,full,alignright]Wikipedia starts its entry on IE as follows:
IE Business School is an independent, educational institution, consistently ranked among the top 15 business schools worldwide.
Perfectly true except for top 15 you could now say top 10.
The Financial Times is a very independent newspaper and is seen as being totally reliable. According to the 2008 MBA survey carried out by the Financial Times the IE MBA program is the first in Spain and eighth in world ranking.
IE was ranked the top school worldwide in organizational behaviour and second in corporate social responsibility. It was also placed among the 10 best schools in the fields of entrepreneurship, economics, international business, marketing and information technologies.
According to the survey the IE Business School MBA is the program that affords the greatest rise in salary for participants three years after completion of the program. It also qualifies the program as second in the world in terms of career progression among its participants.
Which are pretty amazing results.
To confirm all of this the Forbes ranking placed IE fourth worldwide and The Economist ranked IE ninth in the world.