We would like to thank each of our AMBA-accredited host schools for their valuable support in arranging and contributing to our conference programme and networking events. Here, you can learn more about each institution.
EGADE Business School
EGADE (Escuela de Graduados en Administración y Dirección de Empresas) Business School is the graduate business school of Tecnológico de Monterrey and has locations across Mexico, in Santa Fe (Mexico City), Monterrey and Guadalajara.
It offers postgraduate and executive education programmes that include academic postgraduate degrees with different specialisations in full or part-time formats and short executive programmes for professionals with experience in senior management positions, as well as for directors and entrepreneurs who are looking for specific tools and skills for immediate implementation.
By joining EGADE, students gain access to a global network, immersive international experiences, opportunities for pursuing double degrees and internships with industry-leading companies, all while exploring options customised to meet the unique needs of your organisation.
Challenge the present, shape the future.
ITAM (Instituto Tecnológico Autónomo de México) is a private, secular, non-profit Mexican institution of higher education. Its mission is to contribute to the comprehensive education of students and to the development of a freer, more just and more prosperous society.
To carry out its teaching and research objectives, ITAM aspires to the highest levels of academic excellence, while supporting a diversity of ideas and a community that respects ethnic, cultural and religious differences. Its faculty is acknowledged as one of the best in Latin America due to their excellent academic backgrounds, teaching skills and, above all, their dedication to supporting their students throughout their learning process.
ITAM’s talented and devoted students adhere to strict academic and personal standards and give a special meaning to the institution’s mission statement, as well as to its objective of preparing leaders to work in the public, private and academic sectors.
IITESO, Universidad Jesuita de Guadalajara
The Department of Economics, Administration and Marketing, together with the University Business Centre (CUE) and the Centre for Innovation and Technology Management (CEGINT), comprise the ITESO School of Business (ITESO-BS). This three-part entity operates within a collaboration framework.
The vision of the Business School is to be the node of training, linkage, and research that, from the Ignatian style, develops collaborative processes and co-creation to transform reality in the field of business.
The ITESO-BS links networks that transcend borders thanks to the university’s adhesion to the International Association of Jesuit Business Schools (IAJBS), which brings together more than 180 Jesuit universities from America, Europe, Asia, and Africa and seeks to promote a new business education paradigm that contributes to a fairer, more inclusive economy with a gender perspective.
Universidad Anáhuac México, Business and Economics School
The Business and Economics School (BES) at Universidad Anáhuac México (a private, catholic-oriented university) is AACSB and AMBA-accredited.
It was founded in 1964 as separate accounting, business administration and economics schools. The three schools merged in 1992 and an MBA programme was launched the following year, in 1993. Today, BES offers 14 undergraduate and five postgraduate programmes on two campuses in Mexico City.
BES currently serves more than 3,000 enrolled students, (2,800 undergraduate and 350 postgraduate) and accounts for 30 per cent of the total student population of Universidad Anáhuac México.
Regarding faculty, BES has 80 full-time researchers/professors who work on a wide range of topics, such as strategy, entrepreneurship, finance, accounting, leadership, management and marketing. BES also has a business incubator, a business accelerator and an executive education branch offering consulting solutions, economic information analysis and forecasts.
The School of Business at the University of Monterrey
The School of Business at the University of Monterrey (UDEM) is recognised as a leading institution for business education in Mexico. With a track record of academic excellence, UDEM offers high-quality educational programmes that prepare students to face the challenges of the business world.
The School of Business at UDEM focuses on the comprehensive development of students, combining theoretical knowledge with practical experience. Through a real case-based approach and business projects, students acquire the necessary skills and competencies for strategic decision-making and complex problem-solving.
UDEM has a highly qualified and experienced faculty composed of professionals who excel in their respective fields. These professors not only impart knowledge but also make relevant academic contributions. The School of Business at UDEM also has a strong network of successful alumni who hold prominent positions in the business field. Furthermore, the institution maintains strategic alliances with companies and organisations, providing networking opportunities and professional internships to students.
The School of Business at UDEM is recognised for its quality educational approach, qualified faculty and strong connection to the business world, providing students with a solid foundation to achieve success in the business field.
IPADE Business School
IPADE was founded in 1967 by a group of prominent business leaders aiming to promote a robust, humanistic approach to business practice and professionalise managerial work in Mexico. Since its foundation, IPADE has focused on senior management and used the case method as its main teaching and learning methodology.
The school’s programme portfolio currently consists of full-time MBA and executive MBA degree programmes, as well as a distinctive set of executive education offerings that includes senior management programmes, focused programmes and custom programmes.
IPADE has permanent campuses in Mexico’s three major urban areas of Mexico City, Guadalajara and Monterrey. To meet the needs of business communities in smaller cities, the school also offers face-to- face executive education programmes at a handful of temporary venues across the country and the region every year, along with an ever-increasing offering of blended and fully online programmes.
IPADE’s programmes have received international recognition in global media rankings since 2001 and today, the school has more than 45,000 alumni.