INCAE EMBA rated the best in Latin America by 'Financial Times'

November 17 2019
Randall Corella V.

INCAE Business School's Executive MBA was recognized once again as the best in Latin America. The prestigious British newspaper Financial Times announced this Monday the Annual Global Ranking of the XNUMX Best Executive MBA Programs, assigning to INCAE EMBA the No. 1 position in Latin America and No. 62 in the world.

"These results are relevant, if we take into account that there are more than 15 thousand business schools in the world, and in this list they only select the 100 best, among which are the most prestigious global brands from the US, Europe and Asia ”, stated the Dr. Camelia Ilie-Cardoza, Dean of Executive Education of INCAE.

Among the most significant achievements made by the INCAE EMBA in this new publication of the Ranking Financial Times highlights the 15th position in the world in International Experience, No. 43 in the world in Sustainability and No. 58 in the world on a three-year average.

The INCAE EMBA is the executive master's degree par excellence in the region. Its central purpose is to train leaders capable of competing globally and contribute from their organizations to the development of their countries.

Under the Academic Direction of Dr. Esteban Brenes, the program has a unique team of professors trained in the best universities in the United States and Europe, such as Harvard, Wharton, MIT, Oxford, Cambridge, Sorbonne, New York University, St. Gallen, among others.

It also offers valuable international experiences, with modules taught by leading academic partners in USA, Europe and Asiaas Babson College, ESADE Business School and Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business. These alliances allow participants to study in classrooms at prestigious universities and visit companies and startups that teach them how to grow and develop their capacity for entrepreneurship and innovation.

The EMBA facilitates the personal development of each student, through a 360 ° Evaluation of Management Competencies at the beginning and end of the program, as well as Individualized Executive Coaching sessions. Free training after the EMBA, through the portal of Executive EducationOnline, gives graduates the possibility to continue updating with other programs of the Business School. 

INCAE Executive MBA graduates are businessmen and executives who hold management positions in large companies, public organizations and international organizations, such as Abbott, BAC, Bayer, Cargill, CEMEX, Coca-Cola FEMSA, Copa Airlines, Deloitte, DHL, Ernst & Young, Ficohsa, Gas Natural Fenosa, GlaxoSmithKline, Heineken, HSBC, HP, P&G, Nestlé, Intel, Interbank, Millicom, Pfizer, Walmart, IDB, World Bank, among many others. 

In recent years, INCAE Business School has been consistently rated among the top 30 business schools in the world for Executive Education. In addition, it is the No. 11 in the Americas, No. 3 in the world in Faculty Diversity and Diversity of Participants, and No. 6 in the world in International Clients and International Location, according to the Financial Times 2019 ranking.

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