Financial Times places INCAE among elite business schools in the Americas
INCAE Business School once again stands out among global elite business schools. According to the new ranking published by the Financial Times last Sunday, INCAE ranks 11th in the Americas and as the top non-American school in the continent.
For its first time ever, Financial Times published a summary of its renowned global rankings in MBA, Executive MBA, and Executive Education Programs (Open Programs and Custom Programs) for the Americas and Asia-Pacific.
The new ranking is based on the quality and breadth of graduate programs offered by business schools in both continents and measures each school’s performance on each one in the major rankings published this year.
In 2017 INCAE stood out in Financial Times’ four worldwide rankings. Its full-time MBA and Executive MBA programs ranked first in Latin America, while its Custom Programs ranked 10th in the Americas.
Founded by Harvard Business School over 50 years ago, INCAE focuses on promoting Latin America’s development by training leaders to work on both the public and the private sector promoting business competitiveness and sustainable development.
INCAE’s portfolio of full-time MBA programs, executive MBA programs and innovative open executive/custom programs meets the needs of companies and is fully aligned with current world trends. In addition, INCAE’s programs are backed by its faculty consulting, teaching, and research experience.
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