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Our institution is founded on the values of effort, commitment and work well done. Our mission is to contribute to a fairer, more balanced and sustainable society.Founded in 1957, EADA was one of the first Spanish institutions to provide training programmes that specifically targeted the business world.We have always been known for our strict academic and practical approach geared to applying knowledge to the real day to day company world. Our educational methodologies promote "learning by doing".

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