2021 focused on your employability

One of the cardinal objectives of ISDI-always and now more-is to train professional profiles demanded by companies that understand that present and future is already digital, is data-driven, is automated and is technological.

And that's where we put the focus, in qualifying you as a professional able to cover the digital needs that companies and the market demand.

What is going on out there?

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Superdigitalization together with COVID has forced organizations to accelerate their transformation processes, both in terms of structures and equipment.

Disintermediation and technology are altering the value chain of companies. Two million new jobs related to the application of technology to business will be created in the next five years.

What is happening to you?

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We are sure you have important reasons to choose a program which can help you become a relevant asset in this technological and digital present. The digital transformation of companies and the economy will mark your future employment and salary. It's time for you to catch up.

What is happening at ISDI?

At ISDI we are experiencing this pandemic with you and we are very aware of the labor massacre that it is causing in our country. That is why this year we are putting all our energy into minimizing the digital divide through training and promoting work for digital talents.

Employability events, career advisory services, roadmap, job board, contact with headhunters, startup accelerator, and our talent team ALWAYS at your disposal are just some of the solutions we have active to promote digital employment. 

We bring companies to share keys to employment

  • According to data from the INE, Spain is the leader in youth unemployment with 40% of young people unemployed. At ISDI we don't see obstacles, we see opportunities. That is why we invite you to discover our employability events where multinationals such as Accenture, Vodafone, L’Oréal, Stratesys, Omnicom Media Group or WPP are recruiting the best junior digital talent of the moment and join our digital revolution.

Boost your professional career with the best digital experts of the moment

  • At ISDI we have promoted and helped in the digital transformation of more than 700 XISDIs where, thanks to the help of our team of experts, we have changed the lives of our students by helping them to enter companies such as Accenture, Everis, Loewe, Dominos, L ´Oréal, Inditex or Telefónica.

More than 600 collaborating companies have already recruited ISDI's digital talent

  • Leading multinationals in the sector such as Accenture, Affinity, Stratesys, L'Oréal, WPP, Omnicom Media Group, Lidl, Unilever and Vodafone, have already recruited young talent from our DMBA program.

Mentoring services and various aids for our entrepreneurial Alumni to launch their companies.

Team

A team dedicated to helping students

A team that will help you get there

Alejandro Molpeceres

Head of Digital & Technology at Wyser & Career Services Advisor at ISDI.

Alejandro Molpeceres

Fátima Gallo

Head of Talent, Career Services & Alumni Community at ISDI.

Fátima Gallo

Óscar Martínez

Career Services & Talent Specialist at ISDI

Óscar Martínez

Raquel Nieto

Career Services Specialist at ISDI.

Raquel Nieto

An ISDI Community that corrobates our involvement with your employment

This table presents the placement rate of ISDI students in the academic periods between 2016-2017, 2017-2018, 2018-2019 and updated data for the year 2019-2020. This placement rate responds to the number of ISDI students who are performing jobs related to professions and digital profiles in line with the training received in Master programs DMBA, MMA, MDA, MIB, ONLINE MIB and GXMDB

Placement Percentage Rates (PPR) of the various programmes

CREDENTIALSPPRDifference compared to the average
ACICS PPR standard (70%)
2020-2021 Goal
Total76%+6%80%
DMBA73%+3%76%
MDA68%-2%72%
MIB77%+7%80%
MMA94%+14%95%
Global87%+17%89%

 

Comparative annual placement rate percentage rates (PPR)

2017/20182018/20192019/2020
PPRComparative difference
with the average
ACICS PPR standard (70%)
PPRComparative difference
with the average
ACICS PPR standard (70%)
PPRComparative difference
with the average
ACICS PPR standard (70%)
75.93%+5.93%78.24%+08.24%76%+6%

 

This table shows the percentage of students who have started and finished their training in ISDI. In this sense, the information shown here refers to the number of graduated students in the academic period, comprised between the years 2017-2018, 2018-2019, 2019-2020. The data only correspond to the Master programs MMA, MDA, MIB, GXMDB, ONLINE MIB, DMBA.

Rate of students who have started and completed their training/ graduate rate and comparative by academic year 2017-2018, 2018-2019 and 2019-2020

 Retention
2017-2018
Retention
2018-2019
Retention
2019-2020
MIB100% (MIB 9)100% (MIB 10)
100% (MIB 11)
98% (MIB 11)
MDA100% (MDA 4)95% (MDA 5)100% (MDA 6)
Online MIB95.65% (MIB online 1 ESP)100% (online MIB 1 ENG)
100% (MIB online 4 SPA)
96.82% (MIB online 5 SPA)
96% (online MIB 6)
MMA100% (MMA 1)100% (MMA 2)100% (MMA 3)
Global100% (GLOBAL 1)
94.73% (GLOBAL 2)
94.12% (GLOBAL 3)
100% (GLOBAL 4)
88% (GLOBAL 4)
DMBAN/A100% (DMBA 1)98% (DMBA 2)

 

Annual comparison of students who have started and finished the program / graduation rate

 2017-20182018-20192019-2020
CAMPUS99.54%97.88%97%
ACICS70%70%70%

 

The following tables show the ratio of students who have completed their training at ISDI and have changed jobs or contributed to their professional progression after 6 months of completion of the program. Then, this table shows the percentage of graduate students in the academic periods between 2018-2019 and 2019-2020, corresponding to the ISDI master Internet Business program.

Percentage of co-placement Ratio (PPR) based on ISDI master's programs 2018-2019 and 2019-2020

CREDENTIALSPPRDifference compared to the average
ACICS PPR standard (70%)
MIB 10 BCN86,37%+16,37%
MIB 11 BCN100%+30.00%
MIB 12 BCNN/A-N/A

 

Percentage of placement Ratios (PPR) comparative data for 2018-2019 and 2019-2020

 2018/20192019/2020
PPRDifference compared to
ACICS PPR Standard media
PPRDifference compared to the average
ACICS PPR standard
PPR
86,37%+16,37%100%+30.00% 

 

This table shows the ratio of students who have successfully completed and completed the program. Specifically the percentage of graduate students in the academic periods between 2018-2019 and 2019-2020. This data corresponds to the Master Internet Business program.

Graduation/ retention Ratios . Comparative data of the academic years 2018-2019 and 2019-2020

 Retention
2018-2019
Retention
2019-2020
Retention
2020-2021
MIB100% (MIB 10)100% (MIB 11)97,73 (MIB 12)* 
on going

 

CREDENTIALSRetention RatioDifference compared to average
ACICS PPR standard (70%)
MIB 10 BCN100%+30.00%
MIB 11 BCN100%+30.00%
MIB 12 BCN97,73+27,73%