The University of Paisa is among the best universities in Latin America with a Master’s degree in Business Administration

Master of Business Administration (MBA) programs. Two Colombian universities are among the best-ranked in Latin Americaincluding one from Medellin, according to the QS Global MBA Rankings 2024, which were announced in recent days.

Yvette University With 33.2 points it is the pizza on this list It is ranked tenth on the list. Its success depends mainly on the connections with the public and private sectors that this institution has.

“The reason why an MBA is… Eafit University continues to lead the QS rankings It is because of the connection that this university has with organizations, the public system, companies and projects that make our students look to us as a space to connect with a strong ecosystem.”

The other national institution included in this list is the Universidade Eci in Cali, which is ranked 11th in the regional rankings with 26 points, and its president, Esteban Piedrahita, emphasized that this is based on experience and expertise. Strength-based dual degree from Tulane Universityin New Orleans, United States.

The inclusion of these Colombian universities in this list comes based on a study of the QS World University Rankings, It analyzes the top 315 MBA programs Specialists are in high demand, especially in the areas of management, finance, marketing, business analytics and supply chain management.

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Programs must have face-to-face programs and full-time programs are studied with this in mind Average class size is at least 15 students. In addition, each institution must be accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB), the Association of Masters in Business Administration (AMBA) and the European Foundation for Management Development (EFMD).

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Based on these analyses, QS The assessment looks at students’ employability which is worth 40%; Entrepreneurship and graduate outcomes by 15%; The return on investment for those who bear it is 20%; Thought leadership by 15%, and classroom and teacher diversity by 10%.

any Topping the Latin American list is the EGID Business School (Monterrey, Mexico), with a score of 62.7 pointsAnd occupies 62nd place in the world rankings. In second place came the Ines Business School (Alajuela, Costa Rica) with 58.2 points, and in third place was the IAE Business School (Buenos Aires, Argentina) with 44.5 points.

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Next on the list is Ipade Business School (Mexico City, Mexico), with 44.5 points; University of Chile (Santiago, Chile), with 42.1; Isan Graduate School of Business (Lima, Peru), with 36 students; Pacific Business School (Lima, Peru) with a GPA of 34.3, and Centrum Católica Business School (Lima, Peru) with a GPA of 33.9. These were succeeded by Colombians.

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