MBA program ranked 30th internationally

June 01, 2009

AmericaEconomia

In its latest ranking of global MBA programs, Latin American business magazine AméricaEconomía has ranked the Freeman School 30th internationally and 20th among U.S. business schools. The ranking appeared in the magazine's June 2009 issue.

In addition to the global MBA ranking, the Freeman School also appears prominently on the magazine's ranking of the top MBA programs in Latin America. The Freeman School is listed as a dual-degree program partner with four of the top 10 schools in Latin America, including Universidad de los Andes in Bogota, ITAM in Mexico City, IESA in Caracas, and Universidad de Chile in Santiago. The Freeman School appears as a partner institution with more top Latin American schools than any other U.S. business school.

The Freeman School has been active in Latin America for more than 15 years, offering master's, Executive MBA and faculty-development PhD programs in collaboration with prestigious universities across the region.

In 2007, the Freeman School launched the Global MBA, a new master's program in which MBA students from Tulane and three Latin American universities form an international cohort and complete a series of courses focusing on global strategy offered in locations around the world.