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EGADE - Tecnológico de Monterrey (Monterrey, Mexico)

EGADE, a leading Latin American business school, recognized for its internationally renowned faculty and leading-edge learning processes that attract business executives and government decision makers from regional, national and international contexts. The school has an enrollment of about 1,000 graduate students, a network of over 5,500 alumni, 68 full-time professors, and strong ties with businesses and institutions.

EGADE is the school of business of the Tecnológico de Monterrey, a university system founded in 1943 that has 33 campus throughout Mexico, satellite locations in Latin America (Bogotá, Guayaquil, Lima, Medellín, Panama, Quito, Santiago de Chile, and Sao Paulo) and more than 1,400 distance learning sites. The school is strategically located at Monterrey city, the heart of NAFTA, at 180 miles south from the US-Mexican border, which is well known for its high education level and because it is one of Latin America's most attractive cities for business.

Ranked as the number one business school in Latin America and as the leading Latin American business school in the world, EGADE has the international recognition of: The Wall Street Journal (2002-2004), Business Week (2002), América Economía (1998-2004), The Financial Times (2000, 2001, 2002), The World Resources Institute and The Aspen Institute (2001, 2003) and The topmba.com web site (2003). These recognitions are the result of EGADE's commitment to provide students with a learning experience that allows them to succeed in a global and complex environment.

EGADE offers eight master's degrees (Management, Finance, Marketing, Manufacturing Management, Global e-Management, International Business, OneMBA Executive Program and Global Business and Strategy), a Ph.D. degree in Business Management, three certificate programs (Financial Management, Services Management, and Business Environment in Latin America), and executive education programs.

EGADE is certified by the AACSB International (The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business) and EQUIS (European Quality Improvement System), the most important organizations in America and Europe that validate the quality of the business schools. Additionally, the Tecnológico de Monterrey is accredited by SACS (Southern Association of Colleges and Schools) to grant professional degrees, as well as master and Ph.D. degrees.

EGADE offers intense, international and innovative learning experiences based on knowledge, values, attitudes, skills and social responsibility. Because of the cultural diversity of students and faculty, the business school of the Tecnológico de Monterrey is a prime source of multicultural networking and global vision.

 


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