We are Triple Crown!
Insper is one of just two Brazilian institutions to be accredited by the AACSB, the world’s leading organization accrediting business schools. In addition to complying with all teaching and research quality requirements, the school also had some of its practices recognized as best practices. In 2016 Insper obtained its reaccreditation.
In 2012, Insper received, for the second time, accreditation by the Association of MBAs (AMBA), an international organization that reviews and accredits graduate business programs. The factors singled out by the AMBA at Insper during its review process include the quality of the education, the commitment to improving students’ learning experience and the balance between theory and practice in the classroom. The AMBA also highlighted the reputation and positioning of the Insper brand in the Brazilian market and the high quality of the campus facilities. In Brazil, only five institutions have received AMBA accreditation.
In 2017, we received accreditation EQUIS, an international certification issued by the European Foundation. The quality seal is awarded to schools that meet a global standard of excellence. With the certification, we belong to the select group of business schools in the world, less than 1%, which have the Triple Crown (AMBA + AACSB + EQUIS). Accreditation reinforces our commitment to internationalization and reflects our teaching quality among the best business schools in the world.
The National Association of MBAs, or ANAMBA, is charged with the mission of contributing to the excellence of MBA programs in Brazil. Its quality standards are based on international criteria and adapted to the context of Brazil. Anamba has only seven member schools in all of Brazil, and Insper is one of them. Insper is also one of the six founding schools of Anamba RECOGNITION.
Founded in 1947, CFA was created on Financial Analysts Federation (FAF) and includes several members who have the opportunity to discuss most current and relevant themes on finance and investments world, always offering knowledge from new perspectives and allowing to form a great local and global networking amongst their members.
For the eleventh consecutive year, our Executive Education courses are included in the international ranking of the newspaper Financial Times. The Ranking selects the best executive education courses in the world and has renowned institutions such as Insead, Harvard, Stanford and IMD.
The International University Consortium for Executive Education was founded in 1972 and is an association of executive education programs. In Brazil, only three institutions are members, including Insper.
The Executive MBA Council strengthens the obligations of MBA programs around the world to deal responsibly and with high quality in management, business and leadership issues. It also contributes to the advancement of executive education around the world. In Brazil, there are only seven members, including Insper..
The European Foundation for Management Development is present in 81 countries and promotes discussion forums, research, networking on practice and management development. Has over 35 years of experience in coordinating projects and activities that promote dialogue around educational organizations and institutions. In Brazil, there are only eight members in the education sector, including Insper.
Insper is a signatory of the “Principles for Responsible Management Education” (PRME), which is an initiative of the United Nations (UN) with business schools around the world and whose mission is to promote corporate sustainability and social responsibility. We reaffirm, together with PRME, our mission to generate a positive impact on society, through the integration of universal values in education and research, in order to contribute to a more stable and inclusive global market, helping to build prosperous and successful societies.
Insper is a member of CLADEA (Latin American Council of Business Schools), an international organization that brings together higher education institutions and international organizations dedicated to teaching and research in the field of administration. CLADEA’s objective is to contribute to the solution of the most important problems of Latin American societies through the dissemination of knowledge and techniques of Administration. Currently, there are more than 240 public and private institutions located in 32 countries in America, Europe and Oceania.
Insper is a member of GBSN (Global Business School Network), a global network of business schools that emerged as a program of the International Finance Corporation (IFC), a World Bank institution dedicated to stimulating private sector growth in developing countries. Headquartered in Washington, GBSN currently has around 120 members in over 50 countries. Some of the most prestigious business schools in the world participate in it, such as MIT Sloan, Stanford and NYU Stern (United States), Insead (France), Oxford Saïd (United Kingdom), Iese and Esade (Spain) and IMD (Switzerland).