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América Economía magazine ranks IE Business School’s MBA no. 1 in Europe for Latin American directors
14/03/2011 - General
*IE Business School, Harvard y Stanford offer the three best MBA programs for Latin American directors.
*The ranking underscores the school’s connections with Latin America and networking potential.
*The IE Business School MBA program is the best European option and is ranked no. 2 worldwide.
IE Business School has further consolidated its position as one of the top business schools in the world following the results of a ranking of MBA programs carried out by leading Latin American magazine América Economía. Published this week, the ranking is largely considered a benchmark for management education among Latin American directors.
IE Business School’s MBA program now holds the no. 2 position worldwide, having climbed two places since the 2008 edition, positioning it as the best MBA option in Europe for Latin American directors.
The length of the program, which runs for 13 months, and its strong connections with Latin America, are two of the key advantages offered by IE Business School according to the América Economía Intelligence Unit.
The close relations that IE Business School enjoys with companies, institutions and key players in the economy of the region, and the potential of its alumni network are the main differentiating factors that have positioned IE Business School as the school with the best return on investment for directors in Latin America.
The result follows similar achievements in international rankings published by media agencies that include Financial Times, The Economist and BusinessWeek, which rank IE Business School among the best schools in the world.
IE Business School also enjoys relations with leading Latin American business schools through the Sumaq Alliance. Sumaq partner schools include Egade (Mexico) FGV-EAESP (Brazil), INCAE (Central America), IESA (Venezuela) Universidad de San Andrés (Argentina), Universidad Católica Pontificia de Chile and Universidad de los Andes (Colombia).