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Why you should consider an MBA in the Americas

Getting your MBA in the Americas is investing in your business skills.

It’s home to the most famous and most prestigious business schools in the world, including Harvard, Yale, and Stanford.

Of the Seven Wonders of the World, three can be found in the Americas: Chichen Itza (Mexico), Machu Picchu (Peru), and Christ the Redeemer (Brazil).

The Americas contains the country with the largest number of English speakers (United States), Spanish speakers (Mexico), and Portuguese speakers (Brazil).

The United States of America has had the largest economy in the world since 1871, meaning a wealth of job opportunities can be found here and throughout the region.

It may just have the most varied climate of any continent, from the freezing temperatures in some parts of Canada to the tropical heat in the Amazon.

The Americas is a landmass that encompasses some of the biggest and most powerful countries in the world. North America is dominated by the economic, political, and cultural might of the United States while around half of South America is taken up by Brazil. The Americas contains the largest concentrations of English, Spanish, and Portuguese speakers in the world – three of the most influential global languages. This means when it comes to studying an MBA in the Americas, there are a wealth of options for speakers of these three languages.

Most of the top business schools in the region – and the world – lie in the United States, the birthplace of the MBA. Harvard Business School offered the first-ever MBA, and the likes of Stanford Business School, Yale School of Management, and Columbia Business School are all equally prestigious on the global stage. 

Other countries in the Americas have a growing reputation for business education. In 2019, Canada saw a 17% increase in international students – a bigger jump than any of the other top global study destinations. There are also a number of Spanish and Portuguese-taught MBAs throughout the region that focus on the Latin American market, including the Executive MBA LATAM at Universidad Adolfo Ibáñez

With a mixture of historic business schools that top global rankings and younger institutions with growing reputations, there’s never been a better time to study an MBA in the Americas.

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How much does it cost to live and study in the Americas?

In the United States and Canada, the top MBA programs can cost up to €100,000 a year. However, outside of these two countries, the price of a MBA degree is considerably cheaper. 

How reputable are the business schools in the Americas?

The most prestigious business schools in the Americas are predominantly located in the United States and Canada. Harvard, Stanford, Yale, MIT Sloan School of Management, and Columbia are among the best schools in the world. Outside of these countries, Mexico, Argentina, and Brazil are also home to a growing number of respected business schools.

What is the status of the economy?

The economy in the Americas is dominated by the United States, where you will also find most of the region’s job opportunities. Canada’s economy is among the top 10 in the world while Brazil, Mexico, and Chile have all seen strong economic growth in recent years. These countries will likely offer the best job prospects for graduates.

Are there a lot of international students in the Americas?

Although the United States has long been the most popular destination for international students, Canada has seen a huge increase in the number of international students in recent years to become the third most popular. These two countries host the majority of international students in the Americas.

Which languages are spoken in the Americas?

Spanish is the most widely spoken language in this region, followed by English and Portuguese.

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