UDEM reinforces its leadership in the world rankings – El Financiero

Once again, the University of Monterey has demonstrated its commitment to academic excellence and cutting-edge education, with nine graduate programs from the School of Engineering and Technology, School of Business and School of Law and Social Sciences at Eduniversal listing the Best-Ranking Masters for 2021.

The foundation stated that this achievement bestows UDEM in recognition of the 4 Palms of Excellence, an award given to educational institutions that demonstrate their significant international impact. This puts UDEM in second place with only three study homes with this recognition in all of Mexico.

The most distinguished program was the Master of Business Administration (MGI) degree, which has maintained the number one position in Latin America and thus achieved four consecutive years in the position. The Master of Business Law was also mentioned, as it rose from fifth place in 2020 to first place this year, he said.

They are closely followed by the specialization in Energy Law (EDE), which has risen to one place and is now in second place among the best-in-class programs, while the Master in Development and Organizational Change (MDOC) program remained in third place.

Meanwhile, the Master of Organizational Development (MDO) and Master of Business Administration (MAE) degrees remained in the fourth and fifth stages respectively.

Likewise, the MSc in Hospital Management and Health Services (MGHS) is ranked thirteenth out of the global top 50. For its part, its master’s degree in Tax Law (MDF) is ranked 17th in the top 100 globally, after climbing two degrees compared to the previous ranking. And finally, there is the Diploma in Family Business Management and Administration, which ranks 74th in the world’s top 100, having climbed to 10 positions.

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Eduniversal, to designate these ratings and the Palms of Excellence, relies on criteria such as accreditations earned by centers, major program rankings, participation in international academic societies and collaboration networks for school principals, among others.

“This embodies the University of Monterey’s commitment to the ongoing search for academic excellence, innovation in higher education, and the need to comply with the new professional needs of society.”

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