EGADE leads the Eduniversal Business Schools Ranking in Latin America for 15 consecutive years
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Since 2007, EGADE Business School is the only business school in Mexico that has the highest classification in the ranking, the "5 Palmes of Excellence".

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EGADE Business School of Tecnológico de Monterrey has been distinguished as the best business school in Mexico and Latin America for the fifteenth consecutive year, according to the results of the 2022 Eduniversal Business Schools Ranking.

Since 2007, EGADE Business School is the only business school in Mexico that has the highest level in the ranking, the "5 Palms of Excellence", in which only the 100 best business schools with strong global influence are recognized. Within this select group, EGADE Business School ranks once again as the first of four schools from Latin America and within the top 30 in the world.

“This award is a tribute to our outstanding EGADE community of students, faculty, graduates, collaborators, and global partners, whose dedication to excellence, disruptive innovation and social impact is a hallmark of our School. We are encouraged by this recognition to continue to challenge ourselves in the fulfillment of our purpose: rethinking the future of business to impact the sustainable development of Latin America," said Horacio Arredondo, dean of EGADE Business School.

The results of the ranking were announced at the Gala Awards Ceremony within the 2022 Eduniversal World Convention, held in Cairo, Egypt, where EGADE Business School once again received the "5 Palmes of Excellence" award and the Gold Award for the Top 3 of the Latin American region for this year.

The Business Schools Ranking evaluates a selection of the 1,000 best business schools in 154 countries and 9 geographical zones, drawn up annually by Eduniversal's International Scientific Committee (CCI).

The results of the 2022 edition for Mexico can be found here and the list of the Top 3 by geographical area here.

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