The International University Consortium for Executive Education (UNICON), founded in 1972, is an association of executive education programs. Professor Luca Borroni-Biancastelli, Dean of Executive Education at Insper, is a member of its board of directors for the 2009-14 term.
In Brazil, only two educational institutions are members of the consortium. The Executive MBA Council works to strengthen the obligations of MBA programs worldwide to treating with responsibility and quality matters concerning management, business and leadership. It also advances executive education worldwide. In Brazil, only seven institutions are members, which include Insper.
The European Foundation for Management Development is present in 82 countries and promotes a forum for information, research, networking and debate on innovation and best practices in management development. It has over 35 years of experience in coordinating projects and activities that foster an active dialogue between organizations and academic institutions. In Brazil, there are only eight members in the education segment, including Insper.
Principles for Responsible Management Education (PRME) Insper is a signatory to the “Principles for Responsible Management Education” (PRME), a United Nations sponsored initiative jointly with business schools around the world with the mission to inspire and champion business sustainability and social responsibility. We reaffirm, jointly with the PRME, our mission to generate a positive impact on society by integrating universal values in education and research to contribute to a more stable and inclusive global market and help build prosperous and successful societies.
For ten straight years, Insper’s Executive Education[JFS1] [JFS2] programs figured in the international ranking conducted by the newspaper the Financial Times[JFS3] . The open-enrollment and custom programs ranked among the best in South America.