CEO Magazine rates again INCAE's Full-time MBA and Executive MBA programs among the elite of business schools worldwide
Once again, CEO Magazine positioned INCAE among the top business schools in Latin America. Specifically, it placed INCAE's full-time MBA Program in the Tier One MBA category, and ranked INCAE's Executive MBA # 9 worldwide, 12 units above its 2018 ranking.
"These results reflect our effort to provide top-quality, cutting-edge education. INCAE is committed to training future leaders for the region, and this can only be achieved with top-quality education. That is why we strive daily to improve both our programs and ourselves," said INCAE Rector Enrique Bolaños.
Since 2008, CEO Magazine publishes an annual ranking of top business schools around the world. This year, it evaluated 292 programs from 144 schools offered in more than 20 countries in every continent. In addition, it evaluated 71 online programs, 91 Executive MBA programs, and 130 full-time and part-time MBA programs.
Evaluation points for the ranking focus on faculty quality, international diversity, class size, accreditations, teacher to student ratio, price, international exposure, work experience, professional development, gender parity, and teaching methods.
CEO Magazine aims to identify schools committed to exceptional quality and great return on investment. They work with business schools and industry leaders to provide content that makes a difference, aimed at people eager to grow in their careers, entrepreneurs, and those who wish to continue training in excellent schools.
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In addition, recent recognition given to INCAE includes,
- #1 Business school in Latin America and #11 Business school in the Americas. (2018 Financial Times ranking.)
- #1 Executive MBA program in Latin America and #49 worldwide. (2018 Financial Times ranking.)
- #1 MBA Full-time program in Latin America and #96 worldwide. (2019 Financial Times ranking.)
- #5 Executive Education Program worldwide in terms of international students and faculty diversity. (2018 Financial Times ranking.)
Also, in 2018 INCAE was accredited by AMBA, positioning itself within the small group of business schools with "Triple Crown" accreditation (AACSB, AMBA, and EQUIS), held only by 2% of schools worldwide.