The list serves to rate programs for Latin Americans looking to study abroad

América Economía has published the 2012 edition of its annual rankings of top global MBA programs. The rankings rate the top global programs, based on both their academics and how attractive they are to Latin American students who wish to study abroad.

According to the rankings, schools in Europe, the UK, and the USA are the most attractive destinations for Latin American students. Harvard Business School tops the list, followed by Stanford and London Business School. The rest of the top ten includes IESE, UC Berkeley/Haas, IE Business School, ESADE, HEC Paris and the Kellogg School of Management.

Of the 33 programs ranked, only two are outside the US, the UK and Europe, and both are in Montréal, Canada: HEC Montréal, which is ranked 14, and McGill University - Desautels Faculty of Management, ranked 12.

Fore more information, please see América Economía's rankings page (in Spanish.)

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