Business Schools in Latin America

The MBA 2010 Rankings from AméricaEconomía highlight improvements in the quality of teaching and academic research.

Monday, July 19, 2010

Some of the aspects considered by the business, finance and economic analysis portal are:
- Effects of the financial crisis on Business Schools
- Competition for academic staff with a PhD or MSc
- Knowledge creation and sharing
- Dean profiles
- Entrance of new programs into global market
- Double degree programs
- Preferences of Latin American CEOs

“This year’s ranking draws on an improved methodology partly informed by constant dialogue with the schools, enabling a deeper evaluation of the components that make up the study. 2010 sees Mexico’s ITAM return to first place with Central American INCAE second (whose main campus is in Costa Rica) and the Chilean university Adolfo Ibáñez in third”.

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The Best Business Schools

June 2010

América Economía published its 2010 ranking of the best business schools in Latin America and the world.

Worldwide, the list is topped by Harvard Business School, followed by London Business School and Spain’s IE Business School.

In Latin America, the leader is Mexico’s “Instituto Tecnológico Autónomo”, followed by INCAE Business School and Chile’s Adolfo Ibáñez University.

INCAE First in MBA Ranking

June 2009

AméricaEconomía Intelligence stresses a combination of INCAE’s BS strengths in its special on the best business schools in Latin America.

The report published in said that first place “was recovered by INCAE this year. INCAE is the Central American School that was founded with Harvard support, and the one that achieved the best balance of academic strengths, production and dissemination of knowledge, internationalization and network power; the four large dimensions we introduced in our methodology."

INCAE: Leader in Knowledge Production and Dissemination

May 2009

América Economía’s ranking of the best business schools in Latin America in the production and dissemination of knowledge.

América Economía Intelligence published an advance of its 2009 MBA rankings, with the release of the top ten ranking in the category of production and dissemination of knowledge.

INCAE is in 46 Place in World Rankings

May 2009

The International Classification of the Financial Times Executive Education ratifies that INCAE is within the top 50 business schools in executive education.

According to the study only 4 Latin American schools were able to get into the ranking. IPADE (Mexico), Fundação Dom Cabral and IBMEC São Paulo (Brazil) are among a total of more than 6 thousand that are currently active throughout the world.