FGV corporate education courses among best in world, says Financial Times
Fundação Getulio Vargas is listed among the world’s 50 best customized executive education institutions in a ranking published by the Financial Times. In this ranking, FGV’s corporate education courses are most highly rated in the areas of program design, combination of professors with market expertise, new competencies and achievement of program objectives.
The Financial Times looked at the customized executive education courses run by FGV In Company in partnership with the Sao Paulo School of Business Administration (FGV EAESP). Clients’ perceptions accounted for 80% of the scores. The evaluation considers teaching methods and materials, faculty, new competencies and students’ learning, among other criteria. It also takes into account programs’ international aspects, revenue growth and the quality of partner schools, as well as faculty diversity.
This year, FGV In Company rose 30 places in the global ranking of customized executive education programs. “Being among the 50 best corporate executive education program providers is a great achievement. The difference between the ranked institutions is small. For example, our overall client satisfaction score is just one and a half points below that of the top performer,” says João Lins, the executive director of FGV In Company.
Last year, the ranking was not published because of the pandemic. According to João Lins, FGV In Company rose up the ranking because of work done in the last two years. “We have been working with other organizations to discover client companies’ strategic goals and understand what they are looking for. Our professors design specific programs aimed at achieving these goals,” he explains.
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