The Executive Master in Business Administration (EMBA) from INCAE Business School leads the ranking of such programs in Latin America published on December 24, 2011 by Eduniversal, a prestigious French consulting company and agency specialist qualification in higher education.
This institution, founded in 1994, awards each year to the best business schools worldwide and this year for the first time to rank with the best after examining 12.000 postgraduate masters. It aims to provide a tool for students to provide information on best business schools, located in 9 geographic regions.
INCAE Business School tops the list of six business schools that received four stars in the EMBA qualification. The other five positions are occupied in descending order: EGADE Business School of the Tecnológico de Monterrey, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, Sao BSP Business School Paulo, Uniandes School of Management, Catholic Centrum Colombia and Peru.
Eduniversal mainly used three criteria for evaluation: the reputation of the program, the salary received in the first employment and student satisfaction according to a survey of nearly 100,000 graduate students in these graduate.
To make this ranking, Eduniversal discussed during the last 18 months a total of 12,000 offered by 1,000 schools masters of business. The selection is carried out an international scientific committee composed of 11 members, nine of whom are independent experts who represent the nine academic areas: Africa, North America, Latin America, Central Asia, Eurasia and Middle East, East Europe, Western Europe, East Asia, Oceania.
Last October, the Executive MBA program (EMBA) INCAE was also recognized by the prestigious international journal Financial Times among the best in the world. In the ranking of 2011 INCAE was located at position 78, two places ahead of the 2010 ranking.
If you require more information, contact Silvia Castillo at telephone (506) 2437-2319 or e silvia.castillo @ incae.edu