Financial Times released the Executive Education Ranking 2020. Among 82 world-wide business schools, IPADE was ranked first business school in Latin America and the only Mexican institution that appears in the ranking.
This ranking considered both customized programs tailor made for corporate clients (In-Company Programs), and open-enrollment programs (Senior Management Programs) available to all working managers and created based on the vision, strategy and context of the institution.
IPADE was ranked 13th in Custom Programs due to the strength of its In-Company Programs, coming in above esteemed institutions such as Stanford Graduate School of Business (16th), ESMIT Berlin (19th), The Wharton School (22th) and CEIBS from China (25th).
IPADE was ranked in the TOP 10 business school in the categories:
At IPADE, we’re dedicated to perfecting top management in Latin America, and our efforts have been recognized by the Financial Times as the first business school in Latin America and the best Mexico.
More information about the Executive Education Ranking 2020 is available here.