Brazil has three MBAs among the best in the world, according to the Financial Times

Three executive education programs in Brazil are top 100 in the world, according to the annual ranking of the best executive MBAs of the British Newspaper “Financial Times”.

OneMBA (FGV), EMBA Worldwide (University of Pittsburgh) and the Coppead Business Administration Institute (UFRJ) ranked 38, 53 and 100, respectively.

OneMBA global program was better ranked among the Brazilian ones; however, dropped 11 positions compared to last year. In 2013, it was ranked 27 in the global list. The survey shows that the institution’s students had 54% of salary increased after completing their MBA. Estimated salaries for professionals were US$ 167,987 per year.

On the other hand, the EMBA Worldwide program improved and went four positions up in the rank since 2013. Last year, it was ranked 57. Katz Graduate School of Business offers classes in Pittsburgh, United States, in São Paulo and in Prague (Czech Republic). Annual salary, after completing the program, was US$ 171,340 and increased salary after the program grew 37%.

Coppead Business Administration Institute MBA was ranked 100. Last year, it was not included in the top 100. The survey shows that salaries for professionals who completed the program were US$ 134,799 per year and salary growth was 49%.

Trium global course is in the top of the best executive MBAs’ list, held by HEC Paris school (in France), London School of Economics LSE (United Kingdom), and University of New York (United States). The ranking follows with Kellogg-Hkust EMBA, from the partnership with Kellogg School of Management (USA) and Hong Kong UST Business School (China), and the Tsinghua-Insead EMBA program, held by the University of Tsinghua (China) and Insead (Singapore).

This ranking is based on information provided by students graduated in 2011, who answered a questionnaire on their current salary, how much did their salary increase and progress in the career after completing MBA, work experience, among other questions. The “Financial Times” also considers the MBA internationalization and number of scientific articles published.

News extracted from UOL Educação Website