Triple accreditation: something that fewer than 1% of the world’s business schools have
FGV EAESP achieved the triple accreditation in 2004. At that time less than 30 schools in the world had the triple crown. This allowed the school to build one of the best international networks in the world. The high standards set by the three accreditation bodies also guided the school to continue to develop and grow at the best international level. The accreditations bring benefits to all school’s stakeholders. Students (prospect, current, and alumni) have an assurance of a high quality and international recognition of their degrees. Some of the degrees, like the PhD, have an automatic recognition in several countries. Faculty and staff have exceptional opportunities for international exchange and for developing research and collaboration alliances. Faculty attraction is also enhanced. The accreditations also contribute decisively to create double degrees and exchange agreements with the top business schools in the world offering to Brazilian and South American students a complete international experience.
More than 500 International Students
Participation in International Networks
The Global Network for Advanced Management (GNAM) is an international alliance of 30 business schools around the world, including FGV EAESP. It works to promote innovative initiatives through connections between students, alumni, professors, researchers and other stakeholders in a global network. The network’s schools include institutions of excellence such as HEC in France, Bocconi University in Italy, and Yale School of Management in the United States.
CEMS is an alliance composed of 31 of the world’s best business schools, on five continents. It is dedicated to educating and preparing the next generations of global business leaders. Through the alliance, students doing the Professional Master’s in International Management (MPGI) program can study at two CEMS schools and they have the opportunity to do an internship in another foreign country. Once they have completed MPGI, students receive a master’s degree from FGV EAESP and a CEMS certificate.
The Partnership in International Management (PIM) is a consortium of the 25 most important business schools in the whole world, which promotes student exchange programs lasting six or 12 months. The consortium facilitates the development of international cooperation between its members, fostering the creation of joint initiatives and exchange programs for students and also professors.
PRME is a United Nations (UN) global platform for voluntary engagement for business schools and other higher education institutions. An organization that adheres to PRME expresses its conviction that academic institutions, by integrating universal values into curriculum and research, can contribute to a more stable and inclusive global marketplace, helping to build prosperous and successful societies.
As an innovative global alliance, the Council on Business & Society involves faculty, students, business leaders and policy makers to explore how companies can contribute to society and the common good.
Founded in 2005, GPPN is the result of a partnership with the Institute of Public Affairs (IPA), London School of Economics and Public Affairs (SIPA), Columbia University and Sciences Po's School of Public Affairs. Since then, it has grown to include the Hertie School of Governance, the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, National University of Singapore, the Graduate School of Public Policy, University of Tokyo and FGV EAESP.
IPBS is a consortium of 13 leading business schools in Europe, USA and Latin America. Partner schools are located in Dublin (Ireland), Lancaster (United Kingdom), Madrid (Spain), Reims / Rouen / Paris (France), Reutlingen (Germany), Piacenza (Italy), Boston (MA, USA), Raleigh (NC, USA), San Diego (CA, USA), St, Catharines (Canada), Puebla (Mexico) and São Paulo (Brazil).
Success is not related to how much money you make, but the number of people you will impact. Doing an internship in another country adds a lot of value and a lot of weight to your experience.
It is an international course with a more open perspective. I would recommend FGV EAESP because it is a world leader. The school is well known worldwide, so it will help you to find a job in any country where you want to work.
A faculty that gives you a repertoire and opens up doors is important, and I know that EAESP greatly helped me to reach my current position.
International Partner Institutions
With more than 100 renowned partner institutions in the Americas, Asia, Europe, Africa and Oceania, the doors are open to academic and professional experiences around the world. FGV EAESP is a global business school that sends and receives students worldwide, located in Brazil’s financial center.