Business Schools Ranking in Cuba

Latin America

Higher education is provided by universities, higher institutes, higher pedagogical institutes, centers of higher education and higher polytechnic institutes. All higher education institutions are public. The Ministry of Higher Education (Ministerio de Educación Superior (MES)) is responsible for policy in matters of undergraduate and postgraduate education. It controls teaching, methodology, courses and programs and the allocation of student places, as well as the specialization courses offered by centers of higher education which come under the control of other ministries. All institutions have the same status. Cuba has 47 universities and total university enrollment is approximately 112,000 citizens. The University of Havana, Cuba's oldest university, was founded in 1728. Other official universities included Universidad de Oriente (founded in 1947) and Universidad Central de Las Villas (founded in 1952). Private universities, which were nationalized in 1961, include Universidad Católica de Santo Tomás de Villanueva (founded in 1946). In 1979, the Cuban Ministry of Higher Education initiated a scheme of Distance Education. Distance Education is offered in 15 centers across the country, which provide regular afternoon and evening courses for workers. The scheme offers five degrees in Law, History, Scientific and Technological Information, Accounting and Finance and Economics. There are approximately 20,000 students taking the five degrees offered in all the centers of the country, about 50% of whom are at the Universidad de La Habana. Candidates must have completed secondary school, have at least one year's work experience, be between 25 and 35 years of age and pass an entrance examination. Membership in the Communist Party also affects a student's chances of being admitted to any of Cuba's universities. These studies are offered as evening or correspondence courses (week-ends) and generally last for six years. There are also "guided" or free courses open to all secondary school or higher education graduates.

Eduniversal in Cuba: 1 school
Schools with 5 Palmes 0
Schools with 4 Palmes 0
Schools with 3 Palmes 0
Schools with 2 Palmes 0
Schools with 1 Palme 1

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2 Palmes Of Excellence GOOD Business School

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rate 2023

Universidad de la Habana - Facultad de Economía

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  • Faculty of Economic Sciences- Universidad Central Marta Abreu de Las Villas