EFMD Equis Accredited

FGV-EAESP offers a wide range of leading programs, including undergraduate and graduate degrees and executive education. Twelve study and research centers play an important role in developing the School’s reputation, especially in research and publications. FGV is ranked one of the top 25 Think Tanks in the world. In 2013, the America Economia MBA ranking recognized FGV-EAESP as the best business school in Brazil and #5 in Latin America. The school is located in São Paulo, Brazil, only one block away from the city’s financial center. The City of São Paulo administers the third-largest budget in the country, while the State of São Paulo is responsible for about 50% of Brazil’s Gross National Product. FGV-EAESP is the first Latin American school to earn the “Triple Crown.” This means the school is accredited by the three main accrediting agencies in the world: AACSB International, EQUIS (European Quality Improvement System), and AMBA (The Association of MBAs). This year FGV-EAESP celebrates its 60th Anniversary. The School’s trajectory is market by tradition and innovation. FGV-EAESP is pioneer in designing and launching courses aligned to the Brazilian society’s development needs and in line with international standards. The School’s essence of constantly innovating in knowledge generation allows it to stand out as an institution which forms a diverse range of citizens connected and prepare to the future.

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Professional Master's Degree In Administration

Campus Part time August 2017 Brazil São Paulo

The Professional Master in Business Administration (MPA) from FGV-EAESP is a post-graduate studies created in 1993 and recognized by the MEC since 1998. Designed according to the structure of international MBAs [+]

What is it

The Professional Master's in Business Administration (MPA) from FGV-EAESP is a graduate course stricto sensu created in 1993 and recognized by MEC since 1998. Designed according to international MBAs structure is recognized for its excellence and qualification in both the business world and the academic. It was the first course in Latin America accredited by AACSB lnternational - Association to Advance Collegiate School of Business - at Equis, the EFMD - European Foundation for Management Development - and the AMBA - Association of MBAs. Less than 30 business schools in the world have these three accreditations, known as the triple crown.


Brazilian courses of MBA (Master Business Administration) are considered graduate broad sense, ie not provide Master's degree.... [-]