EGADE Reaffirms Its Global Leadership With Reaccreditation From AMBA

This recognition demonstrates EGADE's ongoing commitment to the highest educational standards in its EGADE MBA and Master in Business Management programs.


EGADE Business School at Tecnológico de Monterrey has been reaccredited by the Association of MBAs (AMBA), one of the leading authorities in postgraduate business education, for a new five-year period.

With this, EGADE Business School reaffirms its position in the elite of business schools, maintaining its "Triple Crown" of international accreditations awarded by AMBA, the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB), and the EFMD Quality Improvement System (EQUIS).

These three accreditations are the most important in their field globally, and only 1% of the world's most prestigious business schools have achieved their recognition.

Horacio Arredondo, Dean of EGADE Business School, noted that AMBA's reaccreditation recognizes the high level of the EGADE MBA and the Master in Business Management programs and evidences the quality and potential of the community of students, alumni, academics, and administrative staff.

According to AMBA's rigorous evaluation criteria, only programs that demonstrate the highest standards of teaching, curriculum design, career development, and employability, among others, are accredited.

"The AMBA evaluation panel has recognized several outstanding aspects of our School, including the advances and growth in our Strategic Plan EGADE 2030, the renewal of our purpose and vision to remain as a leading School in Latin America, and the commitment and enthusiasm of our academic community," added the Dean.

The reaccreditation of EGADE Business School for a new five-year period, the maximum possible term of accreditation, underscores its position as an avant-garde institution in the business education field in Mexico and Latin America.

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