EAESP was the only Brazilian institution to receive five Palmes, the maximum level, indicating a strong influence on the global stage.
FGV’s São Paulo School of Business Administration (EAESP) has just been rated Brazil’s best business school and the second best in Latin America in the Eduniversal Business Schools Ranking. This ranking is designed to identify the best academic opportunities for students in every region of the world (Africa, Central Asia, Eastern Europe, Eurasia and the Middle East, the Far East, Latin America, North America, Oceania, and Western Europe). The schools in the ranking are chosen by a scientific committee, in line with the universality and international reputation of each institution.
In all, 1,000 institutions in 154 countries were listed and classified in accordance with the Eduniversal Evaluation System (EES), a methodology that determines the number of schools selected per country and ranks them in line with their level of internationalization and the votes of deans and directors (known as “Palme” levels).
EAESP was the only Brazilian institution to receive five Palmes, the maximum level, indicating a strong influence on the global stage. In Latin America, just two other universities received the same recognition: EGADE Business School in Mexico, and PUC in Chile.
EAESP’s achievement is the result of extensive internationalization work carried out by it. The school has more than 100 partners around the world and a series of double degree agreements on several levels. EAESP is also one of 62 business schools around the world to possess Triple Crown accreditation from the three leading business school accreditation associations: AACSB, EQUIS and AMBA.
Eduniversal is a global classification agency that specializes in higher education. The company has been evaluating academic institutions and programs in France since 1994, and around the world since 2007.
To find out more about the ranking and evaluation criteria, visit their website.