Executive Education

Best management schools in Mexico, 2021

You should consider studying in Mexico for several reasons. The food is as flavorsome as it gets. Taco Tuesdays can be as long as you want them to be! Even the weather is fantastic as it doesn’t snow in most parts of the country.

Mexican universities offer education at relatively low tuition rates, and the cost of living is significantly less compared to the US. While you can pursue most of the courses in English, learning Spanish helps further improve your career prospects.

You can explore Mexico’s historical sites and museums for cheap, thanks to discounts and free entry for students. You can go surfing, get a tan, and experience captivating sunsets on the beaches.

The best part of staying in Mexico are the celebrations and festivals taking place throughout the year. Carnaval, Day of the Dead (Dia de Los Muertos), and Cinco de Mayo are the most vibrant festivals you should partake in.

Here’s our list of the best management schools in Mexico are:

  1. Universidad Anáhuac México Norte – Facultad de Economía y Negocios
    Accreditations: AMBA, Secretaría de Educación Pública (SEP), Federación de Instituciones Mexicanas Particulares de Educación Superior (FIMPES)
    The university started its activities in 1964 inside a house with only 48 students. It has vowed to empower its students to help them enrich their lives ever since. It has received several recognitions, such as the Right to Autonomy, making it one of the most prestigious universities in Mexico. You can find jobs conveniently upon graduation as the university is held in high regard for its commitment to academic excellence.
  2. Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico (UNAM) – Facultad de Contaduría y Administración (FCAUNAM)
    Accreditations: SEP
    UNAM is the largest public university in Mexico. The admission process is quite selective as the university considers your academic background and performance in the entrance examinations. The business programs focus on the bureaucratic and legal aspects of business and commercializing goods. You will have many opportunities to do some research and to reach out to the elite faculty knowledgeable in all related fields. The impressive facilities for extracurricular activities will keep your juices flowing.
  3. ITAM – Instituto Tecnológico Autónomo de México
    Accreditations: SEP, FIMPES
    ITAM’s mission is to provide students with a holistic learning approach to add to the prosperity of society. This non-profit has consistently managed to create students that join the public sector. The faculty is considered one of the best in Latin America because of its sterling academic background, teaching ability, and commitment to guide students through the course. You can expect an exceptional learning experience thanks to the 22-to-1 faculty to student ratio.
  4. IPADE Business School
    Accreditations: AACSB (Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business), AMBA (Association of MBAs)
    IPADE Business School’s curriculum is up-to-date, and the learning culture demands you to put knowledge into practice. Past students admire the quality of the program, especially the case study method. Pursuing studies here will evolve you personally and professionally. 22% of the students at IPADE Business School are international students. It offers students exchange programs thanks to liaisons with about 70 schools from other parts of the world. These include CEIBS, Kellogg, LBS, and Tuck.
  5. Universidad de Monterrey – UDEM Business School
    Accreditations: AACSB, AMBA, SEP, FIMPES
    You will hugely benefit from UDEM’s comprehensive education practices, high academic standards, and responsibility towards the community. It has signed agreements with many universities around the world. It helps align its programs with those of other global business schools. Your time at UDEM will turn you into a leader with the skills, analytical and critical capacity, social awareness, ethical standards, intercultural understanding, and global proficiency you need to effectively contribute to peace and welfare all over the world.
  6. EGADE Business School Guadalajara, Tecnológico de Monterrey
    Accreditations: AACSB, AMBA, EQUIS (European Quality Improvement System)
    This top-tier Latin American business school is a member of a distinguished group of business schools that hold the acclaimed Triple Crown accreditation of AACSB, AMBA, and EQUIS. Only 1% of the world’s business schools are part of this illustrious group. Its innovation-focused culture, global programs, esteemed faculty, and superb alumni community conform to its motto to “challenge the present, shape the future.” Its academic partnerships with more than 50 ace business schools for dual and joint-degree programs have further added to its reputation as the top business school in Mexico.
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