INCAE is in 46 Place in World Rankings

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

Wednesday, May 13, 2009

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.

"The criteria for the classification of the Financial Times show that INCAE has a solid position as a center of academic excellence based on the quality of its faculty. The ranking evaluates topics such as preparation, program design, teaching methods and materials, even international clients, participants and professors," said Roy Zuñiga, Dean of INCAE’s Walter Kissling Gam campus.

The Financial Times survey of executive education reflected the views of more than 5,600 high level clients and participants in general, responding to the survey. The survey was distributed in English, French, German, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese and Mandarin.

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