America Economia magazine placed the executive education program at the University of Miami School of Business Administration in its second-highest slot for Latin America, it was announced yesterday. The school ranked No. 15 internationally among all schools ranked, according to a news release.
"This ranking is a testament to our commitment to engage managers and organizations throughout Latin America and to better prepare them to respond successfully to the growth the region is experiencing," said Eugene Anderson, the school's dean.
The business magazine based its rankings on the size and number of the schools' corporate clients, the seniority of the participants in the programs, the quality of the faculty who teach in the programs, international connections, and prestige.
The UM School of Business's executive education programs, in English and Spanish, include managing across cultures, developing high-potential employees and developing senior executives.
The school's open enrollment certificate programs include a education/open-enrollment/compliance-certificate/index.html" target="_blank">Latin American Healthcare Compliance Certificate Program, a education/open-enrollment/six-sigma/index.html" target="_blank">Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Certification Program and an education/open-enrollment/advanced-marketing/index.html" target="_blank">Advanced Marketing Strategy Certificate Program.
The America Economia rankings can be found here.
PR Newswire contributed to this report.
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