IAE Universidad Austral

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IAE Business school
Type Private
Established 1991
Dean Gabriel Noussan
Location Pilar, Argentina.
Campus Urban
Website http://www.iae.edu.ar

IAE is the Management and Business School of the Universidad Austral. It is located in the suburb of Pilar in Buenos Aires Province, Argentina.

The Business School has one of the biggest alumni communities in Latin America with over 7000 graduates distributed in more than 25 countries.

In the 2010 QS Global 200 Business Schools Report[1] IAE Business School was placed as the 6th best business school in Latin America. In the 2011 Financial Times executive education ranking, the school ranked 26th worldwide, third in Latin America.[2]

Master programs[edit]

  • MBA, full-time, one year.
  • IAE offers two EMBA program formats: the two-year Executive MBA and the EMBA XV. The latter is designed for those who reside elsewhere or cannot attend regular weekly classes.

Executive programs[edit]

Since 1978, enrollment in IAE's executive training programs has exceeded 1,700.

  • General Management Programs
  • Focused Programs
  • Customized Programs
  • Specialty Programs

Accreditation[edit]

IAE is the only Argentine business school with Triple accreditation:

Partner schools[edit]

The IAE Management School offers international executive programs jointly with the IESE Business School and Harvard Business School.[3]

Facilities[edit]

IAE's campus stands on 20 of the 237 acres (0.96 km2) in the Universidad Austral Campus. It is located a few yards from the 8 National Highway. The four buildings have a total area of 242.196 sq ft (22.5007 m2)..

The Campus includes the University Hospital, inaugurated in March 2000. It also houses the Faculty of Biomedical Sciences with its two Schools: Medicine and Nursing, which opened in October 1999. In the next years the construction schedule will continue until all the remaining academic units of the Universidad Austral are located within the Campus.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "QS Global 200 Business Schools Report 2009 Central and Latin America". 
  2. ^ IAE Business School, Financial Times executive education ranking 2011.
  3. ^ International Relations, IAE Business School website.

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