GETTING TO THE TOP IS A CHALLENGE.
STAYING THERE IS A MATTER OF PRIDE.
FOR 13 YEARS FDC HAS BEEN RANKED AMONG THE
WORLD`S BEST BUSINESS SCHOOLS.
For the 13th consecutive year, the Financial Times’ Executive Education Ranking has rated Fundação Dom Cabral as the No. 1 business school in Latin America. Results were announced May 13, 2018. The Financial Times also rated FDC as the 12th best business school in the world, a ranking FDC held last year. In addition, the global business publication classifies FDC, founded in Belo Horizonte, as the No. 1 business school in Brazil. FDC has been among the world’s 20 best business schools for the last thirteen years.
The Financial Times’ Executive Education Ranking combines two different business-school rankings: Open Programmes and Customised Programmes. FDC ranks No. 19 and No. 14 respectively in these categories.
With regard to Customised Programmes rankings, FDC has stood out in the areas of “Programme Design” (No. 7), “Results Achieved”, (No. 10), “Learning and New Abilities” (No. 11), “Faculty” (No. 12, up seven positions from its previous ranking), and “Facilities” (No. 2, up six positions from its previous ranking).
Outstanding Open Programmes areas were “Programme Design” (No. 10), “Teaching Methods” (No. 11), “Learning and New Abilities”, “Faculty” and “Results Achieved” (No. 14 in all of them), and “Partner Schools” (No. 5, up 13 positions from its previous ranking).
“Being named Latin America’s best business school and one of the world’s best business schools for 13 years in a row is proof of the quality and consistency of the work we develop here", said Executive Associate Dean Aldemir Drummond. "And all this within the high volatility business scenario Brazil has experienced in the last few years. We believe that everyone who contributed to these results should take pride in rankings and view them as incentives to do even better."