List of Business Schools in Chile - Top Ranked Business Schools in Chile

Top Ranked Business Schools in Chile

Position University City Private/Non-Private
1 Universidad de Chile Santiago NP
2 Universidad Adolfo Ibáñez Santiago P
3 Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile Santiago NP
4 Universidad Tecnico Federico Santa Maria Santiago NP
5 Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Valparaiso Valparaiso NP
6 Universidad de Concepción Concepcion NP
7 Universidad Diego Portales Santiago P
8 Universidad de Santiago de Chile Santiago NP
9 Universidad de Los Andes Santiago P
10 Universidad del Desarrollo Santiago P
  • Ranking Top Ten Private Business Schools with more future. "Que Pasa Magazine" 2008.
Position University City Private/Non-Private
1 Universidad Adolfo Ibañez Santiago P
2 Universidad Diego Portales Santiago P
3 Universidad de Los Andes Santiago P
4 Universidad del Desarrollo Santiago P
5 Universidad Andres Bello Santiago P
6 Universidad Mayor Santiago P
7 Universidad Santo Tomas Santiago P
8 Universidad de Las Americas Santiago P
9 Universidad San Sebastián Santiago P
10 Universidad Central Santiago P
  • Top business schools according to school reputation and potential students preferences. El Mercurio Online (Journal), 2007.
Position University City Private/Non-Private
1 Universidad de Chile Santiago NP
2 Pontificia Universidad Catolica Santiago NP
3 Universidad de Santiago de Chile Santiago NP
4 Universidad Adolfo Ibañez Santiago P
5 Universidad Tecnico Federico Santa Maria Santiago NP
6 Universidad Diego Portales Santiago P
7 Universidad Mayor Santiago P

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