FGV secures unprecedented partnership with Yale University and HEC Paris
FGV’s Sao Paulo School of Business Administration (EAESP) has been invited to join M2M. This is the newest dual degree global network for recent graduates, bringing together five major international business schools: Yale; HEC Paris; UBC Sauder; HKUST; and IIMB.
With this new alliance, students of the Professional Master’s in International Management (MPGI) can attend one of the best foreign institutions for a year. By the end of the program, students can obtain a Professional Master’s degree in International Management from EAESP, recognized by the Coordination for the Improvement of Higher Education Personnel (CAPES), in addition to a title from the respective foreign school. The MPGI selection process began on September 15 – click here for more information.
“Every year we welcome hundreds of foreign students from renowned schools all over the world. Combined with double degrees, courses in English, international professors, and publications in top journals, this consolidates EAESP as an international benchmark”, said the School’s deputy dean, Professor Tales Andreassi.
According to MPGI Coordinator, Professor Luís Henrique Pereira, “the main advantage of the course is the international experience provided to students, who can spend a period of six months to one year studying abroad, carrying out projects, and interning in foreign companies. This makes them better prepared to meet the needs of the job market”.
It is important to note that EAESP has over 100 partnerships with internationally renowned foreign institutions on every continent, established as one of the 77 business schools in the world that have triple international accreditation: Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB), European Foundation for Management Development (EFMD), and Association of MBAs (AMBA).
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