EGADE Earns High Honors Distinction from Beta Gamma Sigma

The Beta Gamma Sigma Chapter at EGADE Business School received this distinction for its achievements and activities in the 2021-2022 academic year.


For the fourth year running, EGADE Business School - Tecnológico de Monterrey has earned a distinction in Beta Gamma Sigma’s BGS Chapter Honor Roll program.

The Beta Gamma Sigma Chapter at EGADE Business School earned the High Honors Chapter distinction for its achievements and activities in the 2021-2022 academic year.

“Qualifying for this recognition is indicative of a school in which academic excellence is highly valued,” said Christina Allrich, executive director of Beta Gamma Sigma.

The BGS Chapter Honor Roll program recognizes the most outstanding chapters within the Beta Gamma Sigma global network.

Beta Gamma Sigma is an international honor society founded in 1913, with more than 600 chapters and 875 mil lifetime members in over 190 countries, who are recognized as “the best in business” and come from AACSB-accredited business schools, such as EGADE Business School, representing the top 5% in the world.

At present, 722 graduates of EGADE Business School have been honored with Beta Gamma Sigma membership.

Professor Juan Antonio Enciso González serves as Chapter Advisor for the EGADE Business School Beta Gamma Sigma Chapter. 

To belong to this society, master’s degree graduates must be ranked among the top 20% with the highest grade average in their class. Furthermore, 100% of doctoral graduates can choose to become members.

Consequently, being a Beta Gamma Sigma member means forming part of a  select group and is the highest recognition in the world that a business school graduate can receive.

EGADE Business School has participated as a Beta Gamma Sigma chapter since 2016.

The next induction ceremonies for new members to the Beta Gamma Sigma Chapter at EGADE Business School will occur in November.  


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