Freeman ranked 35th in the world by AméricaEconomía

July 08, 2010

In its latest ranking of global MBA programs, leading Latin American business magazine AméricaEconomía has ranked the Freeman School 35th internationally and 22nd among U.S. business schools. The ranking appears in the magazine's June 2010 issue.

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Programs like the Global MBA—which brings together MBA students from Tulane and prestigious universities in Colombia, Mexico and Venezuela—have helped to elevate the Freeman School's reputation in Latin America.

According to Bill Sandefer, director of graduate admissions and financial aid, the Freeman School's strong  connection with Latin America goes back nearly a century.

"One of the first courses offered at Tulane University's School of Commerce—the precursor to the Freeman School—was Spanish Commerce," says Sandefer. "The AméricaEconomía ranking provides recognition of the continuing quality of global programs at the Freeman School and their value to the Latin American student. Once again, we are happy to be recognized among the best schools in the world."

Founded in 1986, AméricaEconomía is Latin America's leading pan-regional business magazine, with a biweekly circulation of over 84,000 copies in Spanish and Portuguese. The magazine has editorial offices in Buenos Aires, Mexico City, Miami, Santiago and São Paulo, plus a worldwide network of correspondents.