International Executive MBA ranked among best in world by The Economist
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17 July 2018

International Executive MBA ranked among best in world by The Economist

The IMM Global Executive MBA Program rose nine positions and now ranks 42nd among the world’s best International Executive MBAs, according to the “Which MBA? Ranking 2018” published by The Economist magazine.

The IMM Global Executive MBA Program rose nine positions and now ranks 42nd among the world’s best International Executive MBAs, according to the “Which MBA? Ranking 2018” published by The Economist magazine. The result consolidates the program, which includes FGV’s Brazilian School of Public and Business Administration (EBAPE), in partnership with renowned international universities, as the top ranked International Executive MBA program offered in Latin America.

According to the ranking, the IMM Global Executive MBA is also the third best program in the world in gender equality and 11th in wage increase after course completion, in addition to being ranked as the best in the world in faculty members with a PhD.

“We are thrilled to see the IMM’s outstanding performance in key areas. Our format offers students the best of both worlds, allowing them the flexibility to maintain their careers while attending classes with professors and classmates. Our graduates always tell us that the group experience and team work are some of the major benefits in our program’s structure. Our good placement in the gender balance rankings indicate that our programs are ideal for men and women who seek senior leadership positions at their companies”, said David Schoorman, associate dean of executive education and global programs of Krannert School of Management, Purdue University.

In addition to Purdue University (USA) and EBAPE, IMM is a global program, with modules at Tilburg University (Netherlands), Tianjin University (China), Politecnico di Milano (Italy) and ISM University of Management and Economics (Lithuania). The program lasts for 19 months and its modules are packed into 10 weeks, with classes in seven different countries across four continents.

This is the third edition of The Economist’s ranking of top Executive MBAs worldwide. Each program is evaluated based on two different aspects: personal development and career development. The complete ranking is available on the website.

Go to the website for more information on the IMM Global Executive MBA.