Incae in Costa Rica Among Top 30 Business Schools in the World

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Incae business School in Costa Rica appeared once again in the ranking of best business schools in the world generated by Financial Times.

This year it earned position 29 in a ranking that includes over more than 100 schools that focus in the career of business administration and executive formation and that met the initial criteria.

Incae also took third place in Latin America, only behind the Fundaçao Dom Cabral of Brazil and the Ipade Business School of México.

Incae received high evaluations for its international clients and the diversity of its faculty, it also ranked well in overseas programs.

“The results are a reflection of our vision of excellence, innovation and permanent reinvention, to offer the best formation, with transformation methodologies for executives and Latin American entrepreneurs, with the purpose of strengthening their leadership and their capacity to compete globally”, commented Camelia llie, Incae’s dean in a recent interview with daily La Republica.

Iese Business School in Spain, Duke Corporate Education (US, UK, Singapore, South Africa), and IMD in Switzerland and Singapore, took the top three positions of the ranking.

The ranking includes executive education programs and open enrollment programs and evaluates methods used, infrastructure, the diversity of the participants, program design, facilities, value for money, preparation, among others.

Incae offers over 100 executive programs some of them in online modality, 5 executive master degrees and over 50 open programs and 40 corporate programs.

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