AméricaEconomía ranks MBA program 24th in the world

In its latest survey of global MBA programs, Latin American business magazine AméricaEconomía has ranked the Freeman School's MBA program 24th in the world and 15th among U.S. business schools. The ranking, a jump of two spots over last year's position, appears in the August 2008 issue.

"I think this ranking reflects the breadth of our activities throughout the region," said Angelo DeNisi, dean of the Freeman School. "Between our Global Leadership Module, the Global MBA option, and our international executive and PhD programs, the Freeman School has become one of the premier U.S. business schools in Latin America."

In addition to the Global MBA ranking, the Freeman School also appeared prominently on the magazine's list of the top 50 Latin American MBA programs. Freeman was listed as a partner institution with four of the top 10 programs in Latin America, including ITAM in Mexico City, Universidad de Los Andes in Colombia, IESA in Venezuela, and Universidad de Chile in Chile. No other U.S. business school was affiliated with as many Top 10 programs.

For more information about this year's ranking, visit

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