FT | IE Corporate Learning Alliance is a joint venture of the Financial Times and IE Business School. Together, we bring world-renowned business information and journalism, leading academic faculty and a global network of educators to co-create customised corporate learning and leadership development programmes – in multiple languages, to almost any sector, anywhere in the world.
The Financial Times has been a trusted guide to business for more than 125 years, recognised internationally for its authority, integrity and accuracy. As one of the world’s leading business news and information organisations, it provides the global business community with essential news, informed analysis, valuable data and insights that can be acted on.
The Financial Times provides:
Analysis of the big trends: a unique, journalistic perspective on global trends in politics, economics, technology, sectors, and functions, and how these affect business
A journalistic approach: fact-based analysis, questioning assumptions, identifying essential issues, clear thinking and writing, that can help executives ask the right questions about their operations
Access to experts: More than 200 FT journalists, FT events and peer networking, insights into today’s business leaders views and stories from the field that bring business challenges to life
Trustworthy data: comprehensive, in-depth business data (big and small) and surveys as well as readership insights
IE Business School is recognised as a world leader and offers one of the most prestigious international MBA programmes. The FT ranked it as the best business school in Europe in 2012 and 2013, and the school’s International MBA, Global MBA, and Executive MBA programmes have consistently ranked in the top tier of global business programmes.
IE Business School provides:
A business culture: A top-ranked business school with a strong entrepreneurial and international outlook, with faculty from more than 100 countries
Leading pedagogy: four decades of expertise in learning techniques and technologies that maximise programme efficiency and flexibility
Key specialisations: knowledge of most markets and functions, with specific expertise in finance, technology, innovation, leadership and change management