FDC is Among the Top-10 Schools in the World in the Financial Times Executive Education Rankings 2024

Notably, FDC is the only Brazilian business school to be ranked in the top ten

Since 2005, Fundação Dom Cabral (FDC) has been featured in the Financial Times Executive Education Rankings. Up until last year, the rankings included three categories: the Combined Table, Open Programs (covering a wide range of management and business topics for individuals), and Custom Programs (tailored for organizations). This year, the Combined Table category was removed.

In this year’s rankings, FDC moved up two spots in the Open Programs category and one spot in the Custom Programs category compared to the previous edition. Notably, FDC is the only Brazilian business school to be ranked in the top ten.

Eighty percent of the ranking scores are based on participants’ and clients’ perceptions of the programs, considering factors such as preparation, course design, faculty, teaching methods and materials, new skills and learning, follow-up, goals achieved, and value for money. The remaining 20% of the score is derived from quantitative data reported by each school, including revenue growth, the number of international participants and programs, international program deliveries, and faculty diversity.

“It is an honor and an achievement to be – and to remain – among the best schools making a difference in the world. For yet another year, the result of the Executive Education Rankings recognizes the efforts of the entire team, made up of highly competent people guided by the purpose of developing responsible leaders and prosperous organizations. In this 2024 edition, the Rankings also attest to our ability to adapt in a context of major global change. Our school has proved that we are prepared to meet the complexity of the current times and are mobilized to contribute to addressing the challenges that are threatening the social, economic and environmental prosperity of the planet”, points out Antonio Batista da Silva Junior, Dean of Fundação Dom Cabral.

Click here to read the full report and view the Financial Times’ business school rankings.

Via Fundação Dom Cabral

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