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Full-time

MBA
About IPADE
About Us

Practical

All our programs use
IPADE was founded in 1967 by a group of prominent businessmen the case method.
with the aim of developing future leaders with the ability to Instead of lectures,
drive social and economic growth, rooted in personal integrity, you learn by analyzing,
social responsibility and global vision. discussing
and solving real
business problems.

Inter-personal
Networking
Case method is
built around team-
Our students have
work and direct
countless opportunities
contact with to network with
professors and their peers, graduates
invited guests. and senior
business leaders.

Human Touch

We offer cutting-edge business concepts that
are built upon human dignity and truth.

Rankings Accreditations and memberships
Our MBA in a few words

It’s not a degree, it’s a lifelong project

It’s not just about knowledge,
it’s about skills development

It’s not about giving up today, it’s about
constructing tomorrow

It’s not about buddying up on social media, it’s about
building personal relationships

It’s not a cultural melting pot, it’s a
challenging international experience

It’s not another academic intake, it’s a
hand-picked community to which you belong

Mexico City & Monterrey:
Two campuses, the same program
Living the Full-time MBA Experience

Typical Day

Individual Study First Year
(60 min.)
Jan-Mar
Teamwork
(100 min.) 2nd Quarter

1st session
(80 min.) Sep-Oct
Introductory Course
2nd session
(80 min.)

Lunch Apr-Jun
(70 min.)
3rd Quarter
3rd session
(80 min.) Oct-Dec
1st Quarter

Key Components

First 3 quarters on campus, 4th quarter,
focusing on hard skills. Summer Internship.

5th quarter,
6th and 7th quarters,
International Exchange return to campus,
(all students must choose a to focus on soft skills.
business school in our network)
Student Clubs
Automotive

Banking and Finance

Jan-Mar Consulting

Consumer Goods
6th Quarter
Business Development

Real Estate Development and Construction
Jul-Sep Pharmaceutical
Summer Internship Social Innovation
(4th Quarter)
Media and Entertainment

Apr-Jun Technology

7th Quarter
Oct-Dec Student Activities
International Exchange Conferences Meetings Forums
(5th Quarter)
Second Year
Panel discussions CEO Lectures

Outside the Classroom
International
Competitions
Sailing

Social
Hiking

Responsibility
Activities Simulations

Golf Soccer
Your Off-Campus Exposure

Summer Internship

AON Risk
Henkel

Integration consulting
Shell
BASF
Functional Area
Strategic Planning 23%
Grainger
3M Trade SAP 17%
Marketing 12%
Telefónica Movistar

Operations and Logistics / Others 7%
Atletica
Consulting / Finance 6%

Banorte
Sintec Human Resources 5%
Control
Kraft Foods

4%
Management Scotiabank

Foreign Trade
E-Commerce
Abbott Laboratories
Entrepreneurship 2%

Astra Zeneca Mergers and Acquisitions Credit Suisse
Risk KPMG
Sales Laboratorios Pisa Televisa
Nestlé
Sectors Havas Media The Boston
Consulting Group ICA
Cinépolis

The Home Depot Real Estate Development
Homex Merck
Construction
33% Entertainment Walmart
Retail
Communications
Consumer Goods
Logistics and Distribution
Banking / Consulting / Industrial Health Products and Services
Financial Services 15% Products and Services Sports
12%
Tourism
Food and Beverage
6% Civil Associations / Business
5% Non-Profit
Nokia 4%
3% Automotive
Siemens 2%

Pharmaceutical Others Services
International Exchange

EUROPE
Alto EE, Finland MIP, Italy
CEU, Hungary NHH, Norway
Cranfield, UK PUE, Poland
NORTH AMERICA EBS, Germany RSM, Netherlands
EDHEC, France SBS-EM, Belgium
Edinburgh MBA, UK St. Gallen, Switzerland
Canada ENPC, France The KLU, Germany
ESLSCA, France TTÜ, Estonia
Queen’s MBA ESSEC, France U.BocconiGS, Italy
U Laval: FSA IESE, Spain UCD: Smurfit, Ireland
U. Toronto: Rotman LBS, UK WBS, UK
York U.: Schulich Luiss, Italy Witten/Herdecke, Germany
MBS, Germany ZSEM, Croatia

USA
Dartmouth U: Tuck
Emory U.: Goizueta
Endicott
GWSB
Northwestern U.: Kellogg
Purdue U: Krannert
Rice U: Jones
Rollins College: Crummer
SMU: Cox
Texas A & M: Mays
Tulane U.: Freeman
U. Maryland
AFRICA
U. Rochester: Simon
U. Utah: David Eccles
ASIA / OCEANIA
ESCA , Morocco
U. Virginia: Darden Pan-Atlantic: LBS, Nigeria AIM, Philippines
U. Washington: Foster CEIBS, China
UNC: Kenan-Flagler CKGSB, China
USC: Marshall
Vanderbilt U.: Owen
SOUTH AMERICA Peking U: Guanghua, China
HKBU, Hong Kong
FIA , Brazil IIM, Raipur, India
IAE, Argentina IMT, India
IESA, Venezuela Monash, Australia
COPPEAD, Brazil NUCB, Japan
PAD, Peru UniSA Australia
PUC, Chile YSB, South Korea
UNIS, Guatemala
UChile, Chile
UDP, Chile
Alumni: Our Pride

Student Profile

Women Men

30% 70%
Average Age

26.6
Years of
Work Experience

4
Mexicans Foreigners

86% 14%

Economics/Business 44%

Humanities / Social Sciences 10%

STEM (science, technology, 46%
engineering, and mathematics)
Results

Bosch
Ashoka International Novartis IXE Grupo
Banamex
Genworth Financial Financiero

Range Percentage

Mead Johnson
Pfizer Nextel
HSBC

Less than $ 30,280 7%
From $ 30,280 to $ 40,370 25%
From $ 40,370 to $ 50,460 44%
Pemex

From $ 50,460 to $ 60,560 16% Daimler Mercedes Benz

BIC
From $ 60,560 to $70,650 2%
McKinseyMore than $70,650

Colgate-Palmolive
6%
Bayer

Roche
Eli Lilly

Philip Morris International

Cemex
Average Annual Salary: $ $47,800 usd
Deloitte Consulting Janssen-Cilag
Grupo Salinas Grupo Posadas

Functional Area Hiring Sector

American Express
Bimbo Bristol-Myers Squibb
Trade 19% Pharmaceutical 19%
Banking / Financial Services 13%
Strategic Planning 13%
Consulting 12%
Bancomer

Consulting 12%
Santander Technology 10%
Administration 10% Others 6%
Marketing 9% Real Estate Development / Construction 6%
Consumer Goods 5%
Operations and Logistics 7% Gamesa
Services 5%
Others / Finance 6% Retail 5%
Information Technology 5% Energy 5%
VISA International

Food / Beverage 4%
Entrepreneurship / Sales 3%
Entertainment / Communications 3%
Human Resources 2%
Health Products and Services
Institutional Relations 2% Industrial Products and Services 2%
Public Relations Tourism 2%

Mabe Johnson & Johnson
DHL Seguros ING
It’s time to apply!

Admission
Entry Requirements

Bachelor’s Degree
At least 2 years of work experience
Proficiency in English:
-TOEIC (at least 850 points)
-TOEFL IBT (at least 100 points)
-TOEFL Paper Version (at least 600 points)
IPADE Management Skills Test, GMAT (at least 550 points), or GRE

Admission Documents Mexican Foreign
Citizens Citizens
Application form
Bachelor Diploma*
Full academic transcript
Professional Permit (Cédula)
Birth Certificate*
CURP*
ID Card*
Passport*
Two recommendation letters
* Document copies

Admission Process
1 2 3
Admission
Admission Interviews: Committee
Exam: Assessment:
Each candidate is
Each candidate must take
invited to 2 entry interviews Studies in depth each
IPADE Management Skills,
at IPADE. application and takes final
GMAT or GRE Tests.
admission decision.

Note: You can start the admission process anytime during the year as the program begins once a year only (September).
Financing and Scholarships
Candidates can apply for external funds based on their nationality:

Financing Options

IPADE financing FUNED Banco de México (FIDERH)

Scholarships

Foreign Candidates Both Mexican Candidates

Beca
Gobierno de Jóvenes
Navarra Empresarios
Coparmex
Beca IPFE CONACYT
Talentia U. Lethbridge
Beca
Fullbright- Instituto
García Robles Beca SEP Jalisciense de
la Juventud
Academic
Excellence
Scholarship

OAS

Further Info
Mexico City Campus Monterrey Campus International Candidates
Paola Guerrero Gabriela Silva Lourdes Herrera
mbamex@ipade.mx mbamty@ipade.mx mbainternational@ipade.mx
IPADE. Inspiring people. Developing leaders.

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