For the fourth consecutive year, EGADE Business School, Tecnológico de Monterrey places first in the Latin America MBA Ranking, published today by the Chilean journal AméricaEconomía, which ranks the MBA programs at 44 Latin American business schools.
EGADE Business School, Tecnológico de Monterrey once again places first in the AméricaEconomía MBA Ranking, which ranks the MBA programs of 44 Latin American business schools.
EGADE Business School has come out on top in this prestigious ranking in 2017, above Latin American business schools such as the Adolfo Ibáñez University in Chile, the Pontificia Catholic University of Chile, the Fundação Getúlio Vargas in Brazil; and the University of Chile.
EGADE Business School ranks first in 2017, above Latin American business schools such as the Adolfo Ibáñez University (2nd), in Chile; the Pontificia Catholic University of Chile (3rd); the Fundação Getúlio Vargas (4th), in Brazil; and the University of Chile (5th).
The AméricaEconomía MBA ranking highlights EGADE Business School’s leading position in Latin America, thanks to its internationalization and diversity—where it is ranked 100%—, because it is the most-powerful school when it comes to dual-degree agreements with top-level schools around the world, and because it has the largest number of foreign students, among other factors. This year, the school also stands out for its growth in research, producing and spreading knowledge.
The ranking measures the quality of the MBA programs in Latin American business schools, taking into account the following aspects: academic strength (37.5%), knowledge production (17.5%), internationalization and diversity (20%), and network strength (25%).
Juan Pablo Murra, the dean of the Tecnológico de Monterrey Business School congratulated the entire community because, “This new recognition strengthens EGADE Business School’s position as the number one business school in Mexico and Latin America, and reaffirms our commitment to training transformational, responsible, innovative leaders with a global outlook who can create value in business and in society”
The AméricaEconomía MBA Ranking places on top the EGADE Business School MBA program, the Executive MBA, OneMBA, and the MBA in Global Business and Strategy. EGADE’s teaching model is also endorsed by the most-renowned international accreditors—AACSB, AMBA, and EQUIS—, as well as SACS, making it one of a select group of multi-campus business schools with the prestigious “triple crown” of international accreditations in the business education sector.
With this new recognition, EGADE Business School once again proves that it is the number one business school in Mexico and Latin America, topping the most-prestigious international rankings in the last decade: the Financial Times, The Economist, AméricaEconomía, QS Global 200 Global Business Schools, The Eduniversal Best Business Schools Ranking, and the Eduniversal Best Masters.
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