Caixanova Business School

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Caixanova Business School
Type Private business school
Established 1987
President Eduardo García Erquiaga
Students 4,500
Address Avda. Madrid, 60· C.P.36204 Vigo, Vigo, A Coruña, Porto, Pontevedra and Ourense, (Spain and Portugal)
Campus Urban
Website [3]

Caixanova Business School (Escuela de Negocios Caixanova in Spanish) is a private business school located in Vigo (Spain), established in 1987. It is one of the highest ranked business schools in Spain (the only one in the top 10 out of Madrid or Barcelona).[1] It has been included amongst the best business schools in the world, according to the list made by Eduniversal, ranked as “Good Business School”.[2] Its MBA is considered one of the best master's degrees in Business Administration in Spain (out of 300 available).[3]

Since its foundation linked to the Galician bank Caixanova, Caixanova Business School has contributed to the economic development of the euroregion Galicia-Northern Portugal and it has had a remarkable influence both in Portugal and Northern Spain. It is a member of the European Foundation for Management Development (EFMD). In 2009 it became an associated school of the University of Vigo.



  • Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA), taught in English and Spanish (granted by the University of Vigo)


  • Master of Business Administration (MBA), full-time (granted by the University of Vigo)
  • Master of Business Administration (MBA), part-time
  • Executive MBA
  • International Executive MBA
  • Master's in Human Resources Management
  • Master's in International Business
  • Master's in Financial Management
  • Master's in Commercial Management and Marketing


  • Senior Management Program
  • Management Training Program
  • Advanced Coaching Program
  • Specialisation courses
  • In-company Programs

Partner Universities and Institutions[edit]

Caixanova Business School has exchange programs for teachers and students with the following academic institutions:


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  3. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2011-07-07. Retrieved 2010-08-24. .

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