It is not everyday that a Brazilian university is ranked among the 5 best in the world by an international and respected newspaper.
The Financial Times ranked Fundação Dom Cabral fifth overall in the FT’s executive education ranking, and third for customized courses.
FDC is in Minas Gerais but most of its teaching is done in-company, ( São Paulo or Rio de Janeiro, or anywhere else in Brazil or the world that a company might need it).
I must say I am very proud! And hopeful we Brazilians can solve the education issue in the future. Check here the FDC website.
P. S. See Ricardo.. there are fine schools outside Sao Paulo.. (this is a private joke between us bloggers..You see, I am from Rio and Ricardo, from SP.. and his list of the Best business schools was SP zip code all over..)
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4 thoughts on “Brazilian university ranked among the best business schools in the world”
Congratulations to FDC!!! Because of globalization, international credibility is essential to universities.
Getting back to our joke: the title of my post was ” Best Business School in SP”… But I wonder how FGV (Fundacao Getulio Vargas), which is present both in RJ and SP, will react to such news.
Does FIA (Faculdade FIA de Administração de Negocios) international MBA is good?