The MBA is by far and away the most successful degree of the 20th century. Look at the American statistics. The first degree was not given out until the 1900’s. By the end of the 20th century it had a 27% market share of all graduate degrees given out.
A Master in Business Administration (MBA) with an international specialization may provide students with the worldwide focus that today’s business world demands. Many students can earn their International MBA in only two year’s time, and may be able to find a career quickly upon graduation due to their improved skills.
Brazil is currently among the 20 best performing countries in terms of the economy due to their outstanding results-oriented higher education learning. There is no much language barrier since most of the courses are offered in Portuguese language. Brazil has 50 public and 80 private universities
Top MBA Programs in International in Brazil 2017
4 TOP SCHOOLS, ONE GREAT MBA - Four widely respected graduate business schools in North and South America have partnered to offer an innovative international Executive MBA experience. Study and network in English with executives in Brazil, Canada, Mexico and USA. [+]
The program is integrated by students from Brazil and overseas, including experienced managers, average age 32 and 8 years management experience to exchange in classes and case studies. The target is to compose a class formed by a mix of students from Europe, Asia and the Americas from a wide variety of industries and backgrounds, enabling valuable exchange of experiences. All teaching is in English, and up to 30 participants are selected according to each one´s capability to analyze and exchange professional experiences, new concepts, distinctive cultures and a strong commitment to learning and intellectual curiosity. [+]
In the last decade has seen a restructuring of hegemony in different industrial sectors.For over a century the protagonists in the various industries came from the [+]
In the last decade has seen a restructuring of hegemony in different industrial sectors. For over a century the protagonists in the various industries came from the 3 major economic blocs: Europe, USA and Japan.
This scenario has changed drastically. South-North flows have grown more rapidly than those of North and South. In the cement industry and construction materials, Europeans have been displaced by a multinational company headquartered in Mexico. In appliances, are no longer leading the United States, but China, with imported beers, and not the Dutch, but a Mexican brand.The market leading salmon and Norway but not Chile. And in the design and manufacture of aircraft, a new player tops the list of sales of regional jets to airlines around the world: Brazil. And motivated by the low growth, companies in developed economies try to position itself strongly in most dynamic economies. ... [-]
If I had to define the purpose of an MBA in one sentence, I would be inclined to say: "prepare business leaders who seek passionately to ours, a world [+]
International MBA Programme
If I had to define the purpose of an MBA in one sentence, I would be inclined to say: "prepare business leaders who seek passionately make ours a better world."
The Business School of Universidad Adolfo Ibanez is proud to offer an International MBA, without neglecting the classic themes of management, takes over the new skills that the workplace requires the XXI Century.
The value proposition of our MBA is the natural result of a business school that has a world-class faculty and a tradition that highlights three distinct features:
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