The Executive MBA program is a collaboration between the EGADE Business School and the McCombs School of Business—two world class business schools supported by two world class universities.
About Tecnológico de Monterrey
The Tecnológico de Monterrey was founded in Mexico in 1943 by the pioneering Mexican entrepreneur Eugenio Garza Sada and a group of businessmen, as a not-for-profit institution, free from political or religious affiliation. Six decades later, the Tecnológico de Monterrey is a global education provider to 96,649 students, delivered by 8,223 professors across 31 campuses in Mexico and 8 sites in the USA and other Latin American countries. The Tecnológico de Monterrey has presence via international liaison offices in 14 global capitals from Barcelona to Beijing. As one of the most globally connected higher education systems in the world, the Tecnológico de Monterrey has alliances with over 800 universities and international education organizations in 57 countries.
EGADE Business School
The EGADE Business School is recognized as the leading graduate business school in Latin America for the formation of entrepreneurial, innovative, internationally competitive and socially responsible leaders. With locations in two world class cities, Monterrey and Mexico City, the school has built a solid international reputation based on its innovative education model, its teaching and research achievement and the global character of its academic programs. The school offers 19 postgraduate business education programs including MBAs, specialist business masters and doctoral programs in management science and financial management, as well as executive education. The national and international faculty team teaches almost 2,000 students representing 30 nationalities. In diverse global rankings, the leadership of the EGADE Business School in Latin America has been recognized in 2010 by The Economist, The Financial Times, The Wall Street Journal among other publications.
About The University of Texas at Austin
The University of Texas at Austin consists of seven colleges, eight schools and some 90 research centers situated on 350 acres in the center of the state’s capital city. More than 52,000 students are enrolled in over 100 undergraduate and 170 graduate programs. The students come from all 50 states and more than 100 countries around the world. The university is a national leader in graduate degrees awarded and boasts more than 450,000 living alumni. Upon graduation, you become part of one of the largest and most powerful professional and business networks in the world. This is a place of promise as big as Texas itself and proudly bears the title of Texas’ flagship university.
McCombs School of Business
The McCombs School of Business, one of the first established business schools in the United States, graduated its first class of bachelor of business administration degree students in 1922 and is among the preeminent business schools in the world today. It awards undergraduate, masters and doctoral degrees and is actively involved in executive education programs for professionals. More than 200 faculty teach 6,000 students each semester and engage in original research both independently and through one of the school’s 16 research centers. Among the most highly sought-after degrees at the university, the Texas MBA’s hallmarks include world-renowned faculty, exceptional student culture and a powerful global network of corporate and alumni contacts.