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EGADE Business School

Contact our general manager with any questions. Profile updated: February 19, 2021.

School Data

Annual Tuition: $52,000

Annual Tuition Non-Resident: $52,000

Average GPA: 8.7

Median GMAT: 550

International: 20%

Female: 47%

Male: 53%

Application Deadlines: Round 1 - August 2020

When it comes to Latin American business schools, Mexico’s triple-accredited EGADE, the postgraduate business school of Tecnológico de Monterrey, is always one of the first to be mentioned. Indeed, it is one of the few to appear on the big, well-respected ranking lists and is usually ranked as Latin America’s top school.

EGADE’s flagship program is its 12-month, full-time MBA in Innovation and Entrepreneurship, which takes place in Mexico City. This aims to produce “visionary leaders” who can “challenge and transform their industries through powerful ideas” and is designed to foster what the school calls “high-impact venture creation and corporate intrapreneurship,” and to teach  “survival skills” for modern business — skills such as “critical and integrative thinking and problem-solving,” perseverance, curiosity, and imagination, as well as instilling the values of equality, diversity, and environmental consciousness.

It is an intimate program, with just over 20 participants in an average year, mostly from Mexico — just 20% of each cohort is international. However, EGADE is one of the few schools that comes close to having a 50-50 gender split.

As a member of the Global Network for Advanced Management (GNAM), which consists of over 30 business schools from around the world, EGADE offers students the ability to spend time in partner schools to increase their international exposure. The innovation theme lends itself to overseas trips, and students can take residencies to experience and study the startup scenes in tech hot-spots such as Silicon Valley and Israel. Closer to home, students also get to spend time in Mexico’s very own tech hub in Guadalajara.

MBA candidates participate in the Innovation Lab, spending time in businesses working on real-world problems, where they are promised face time with executives. The focus on innovation also extends to an “entrepreneurial ecosystem,” involving conferences, workshops, and networking, as well as programs, venture pitch sessions, and an innovation challenge.

The program is pretty intense. It covers all the topics you would expect to see on a cutting-edge MBA, including three courses on business analytics. EGADE has also embraced blended learning, offering short online courses to supplement face-to-face classroom and group work.

Participants don’t have the luxury of electives, although given that they are probably focused on innovation and entrepreneurship, they should be happy with the large number of courses that dive into topics related to their core interest. For example, there are three courses on venture creation, and another, in the first term, on building entrepreneurial teams, values, and culture.

For those who are not so focused on startups and innovation, EGADE offers a wide range of other MBA options:

  • A 30-month, part-time dual-degree MBA in Global Business and Strategy with the Belk College of Business at the University of North Carolina-Charlotte.
  • An online MBA that can be taken full-time in 15 months, or part-time in 24 months.
  • A 15-month, part-time dual degree Executive MBA with W.P. Carey Business School.
  • A 21-month Executive MBA taught by five schools in Mexico, the Netherlands, the United States, Brazil, and China.

Contact Information

Location:
Av Carlos Lazo 100
Mexico City, Mexico 01389
Admissions Office:
9177 8000 ext. 7664
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From The School:

An Entire Year of Innovation

#1 program in Mexico & Latin America for Employability and #39 at a global scale

QS Global Full-Time MBA Ranking 2020

The Full-Time MBA in Innovation & Entrepreneurship is a one-year program designed to take leaders faster and further in our current business scenario by developing remarkable skills and a specific mindset in a multidisciplinary environment that has innovation at its core.

This renowned program is a remarkable opportunity to gain a better grasp of the vast world of entrepreneurship with the help of industry leaders, a unique academic method, corporate concentrations and much more.

Grow faster than you ever imagined

Experience 12 in-depth months surrounded by the best courses, methodologies, workshops, conferences, networking opportunities, coaching sessions, and more. This program’s dynamic methodology features collaborative learning, challenge-based learning, design thinking, faculty developed case studies, business simulations, and corporate consulting to foster innovation and entrepreneurship.

As a student, you will learn to grow and inspire successful teams, achieve proficient communication with your stakeholders and advance your business through innovation. The best part is that you are not alone. During this year you will be surrounded by an accomplished group of peers with the same drive to succeed as yours, making this program a thorough learning experience within a multidisciplinary and multicultural environment.

Survival skills for entrepreneurs

While this program teaches in-depth technical courses, such as Business Analytics and Corporate Governance, it also focuses on strengthening entrepreneurs with powerful soft skills, such as critical thinking and problem-solving abilities, to help them survive and succeed within the entrepreneurial ecosystem.

It’s your turn to drive change

  • Thrive under the spotlight

Join EGADE Business School’s entrepreneurial system and gain access to numerous entrepreneurial platforms such as the New Venture Challenge, the Entrepreneurs Club, the I-Corps program, Innovation Challenge, Venture Capital Pitching, Global Launchpad, and many networking events.

  • Immerse yourself in innovation

The Innovation Lab is a one of a kind program in which students participate in challenges where they have to apply their new skill set to solve real issues for a renowned...

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