For 14 consecutive years! EGADE leads business schools ranking in Mexico and Latin America

The 2021 edition of Eduniversal's Business Schools Ranking distinguishes EGADE Business School as the number 1 school in Latin America and the only one in Mexico within the maximum classification of the "5 Palms of Excellence".


EGADE Business School at Tecnológico de Monterrey has been distinguished as the best business school in Mexico and Latin America for the fourteenth consecutive year, according to the results of the 2021 Eduniversal Business Schools Ranking.

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

"This achievement is a testament to the dedication, passion, talent, and commitment of our professors and researchers, as well as to the leadership and positive impact of our students and alumni, on business and society. I am grateful to each of the members of our community who made possible this recognition of academic excellence, innovation, and constant transformation of our school over the last 14 years," said Osmar Zavaleta, Interim Dean of EGADE Business School.

The ranking results were announced in the 2021 Eduniversal 3D World Convention, where EGADE Business School again received the 5 Palms of Excellence and the Gold Award of the Top 3 of the Latin American zone corresponding to this year.

The Eduniversal Business Schools Ranking evaluates a selection of the 1,000 best business schools in 154 countries and nine geographical zones, which is produced annually by the Eduniversal International Scientific Committee (ICC).

The results of the 2021 edition for Mexico can be found here, and the list of the Top 3 by geographical zone here.


Within the annual convention held for the second time in virtual format, Ignacio de la Vega, Associate Provost for Academic Affairs, Faculty and Internationalization of the Tecnológico de Monterrey, delivered the keynote "Business Education to Advance Conscious Leadership, Enterprises & Society."

Also, Jaime Martínez Bowness, director of the EGADE Business School site in Mexico City, moderated the panel "Adapting Business Education to Changing Students Preferences & Business Needs", with the participation of Cristina Menchaca, Vice President of Human Resources at Aeroméxico and alumna from the OneMBA program, and Eduardo Aguiñaga, national director of Full-Time Programs at EGADE Business School.

Updated on November 20.

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