QS Ranking: U. Catolica and U. de Chile, best for MBA degree

The programs took first and second place in the region, respectively. While UC ranks 44th globally, FEN ranks 51st of all considered.

Chile is the best country in Latin America to study an MBA (Master of Business Administration), with the Catholic University and University of Chile programs being leaders both in the country and in the region.

This was revealed by the British consulting firm Quacquarelli Symonds (QS) in 2022 Global Executive MBA Rankingswhich details that two of the country’s leading study institutions have also earned a privileged position at the global level: while UC ranks 44th in the world, U. de Chile’s Faculty of Economics and Business (FEN) remains at 51st among 194 steps in this version.

The UC MBA remains in first place in Latin America for the fifth year in a row according to the QS Ranking, while the University of Chile only entered the measurement this year, covering 17 programs in its latest version.

Marcos Singer, director of the UC MBA, confirmed that they were “proud” to have been awarded first place in the region again, but emphasized that “this position demands and forces us to innovate.”

The academic commentary that, in this line, they are defines sustainability as a minimum course, covering social, integrity and environmental issues. “Our students must be aware of their responsibilities and beyond: they must be leaders of change for the sake of the planet”, he assured.

Meanwhile, José Tessada, director of the School of Administration where the program originates, highlighted that “The UC MBA has always stood out for the training it provides to its students, emphasizing that they are agents of change and leading the necessary transformations in the lives of their companies and in society. ; always with people at the center, and equipped with the best tools.”

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Until last year, the only other national study institutions appearing on the list were the Universidad Adolfo Ibáñez (UAI) and the ESE Business School of the Universidad de Los Andes.. On this occasion, the former is ranked number 8 at the regional level, and in the range of 121 to 130 worldwide, and the second in 12 regional and under 171 worldwide.

The “top 3” in the region were completed by an MBA from the Autonomous Technological Institute of Mexico (ITAM), while it was followed by the INCAE Business School of Costa Rica and the IAE Business School of Buenos Aires.

Sixth place in Latin America was taken by the Pittsburgh (Katz) program taught in Sao Paulo and in the United States, and in seventh place was the FIA ​​Business School, also from that Brazilian city. UCU Business School of Montevideo, UAI and USIL-Escuela de Postgrado – in Lima and Miami – complete the first ten places of programs offered by Latin American universities.

world leader

outside the area, Europe and the United States continue to establish themselves as the best places in the world to study MBA. The IESE Business School program offered on the Barcelona and New York campuses is a leader in the 2022 Global Executive MBA Rankings, up two positions from the previous edition. This was followed by the HEC Paris program, which led the index last year, and later by the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton Business School.

MIT Sloan . School of Management was in fourth place, followed by Oxford It says in English, and Chicago Stan, in the United States. Then came the MBA from London Business School, then INSEAD – with programs in Fontainebleau (France), Abu Dhabi and Singapore – and the Haas School of Business, in Berkeley. The “top 10” concludes with an MBA offered by Cambridge Judge Business School, according to the latest version of the QS rankings.

UK companies have a different way of classifying business specialization programs: in addition to those updated this Thursday, it also publishes Full-Time MBA Rankings, Online MBA Rankings, Business Masters Rankings, among others.

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