IAE Business School was founded
IAE’s first Advanced Management Program (AMP) was delivered, and its Alumni Association was created.
José Luis Gómez Lopez Egea, IAE’s first Dean.
IAE Business School’s first campus was inaugurated at Agüero 2373, Buenos Aires City.
IAE’s first seal was created.
First edition of IAE’s Executive MBA Program –this MBA program was launched with very little advertising.
IAE launched its In-Company Programs, with the first one designed for Techint.
First edition of IAE’s Management Development Program (MDP) for executives heading functional areas in their organizations.
IAE launched its SME Program, the first program designed for owners, managing partners and general managers of small and medium-sized companies.
IAE joined CLADEA, Latin America’s leading network of business schools.
IAE’s Alumni Magazine published its first issue.
IAE collaborated in the launching of Uruguay’s IEM Business School.
HBS-IESE-IAE Academic Advisory Board was created to provide a forum for the exchange of experiences and insights into management education trends, with faculty members from Harvard Business School (Boston, U.S.A.) and IESE Business School (Barcelona, Spain).
IAE changed its seal, adopting one with more color, movement, and new symbols referencing pace, strength and light –the waves stand for the River Plate’s rhythm; the ship celebrate geographic discoveries, and the sun symbolizes Latin America’s search for light and welfare for all.
IAE delivered its first program –its General Management Program (GMP)– in Mendoza.
Universidad Austral was founded. IAE is one of Universidad Austral’s six academic units
Apertura magazine published its first executive education ranking, with IAE at the top.
IAE launched its Regional Management Development Program (MDP).
IAE collaborated in the launching of Ecuador’s IDE Business School.
IAE renewed its logo, with its acronym taking the forefront and the designation “Escuela de Dirección y Negocios” (Management and Business School) replacing “Instituto de Altos Estudios Empresariales" (Higher Business Education Institute).
IAE delivered its first International Program with IESE and Harvard
Fernando Fragueiro, Dean.
First "Global Immersion Program" for IAE’s EMBA: This initiative addressed business leaders’ and young professionals’ growing need for international business exposure and a broader outlook on business management.
IAE opened its new Campus in Pilar.
IAE launched its One-Year MBA –Argentina’s first full-time MBA program and one of the pioneers in Latin America.
IAE also launched its Regional MBA Program.
IAE ranked among the world’s top 30 business schools in The Financial Times’ ranking
IAE collaborated in the launching of Chile’s ESE Business School.
IAE launched its Government Program. In 2001, IAE created its Center for Government, Business, Society and Economy Studies (GESE, for its Spanish acronym) with the mission to use research and teaching to foster interactions and collaborations among public agencies, business companies and civil society organizations.
IAE was accredited by the International Association of MBAs (AMBA).
Creation of the Group of Partner Companies, with business organizations and leaders engaging in the educational process in order to drive IAE’s institutional development.
IAE was accredited by the United States’ AACSB and the European Union’s EQUIS
IAE launched its Merit Aid Fund (FAM) Scholarship program.
A new logo for IAE: The School’s growth called for an avant-garde symbolism that conveyed a dynamic, modern approach, preserving, at the same time, the values of modesty, track record and prestige
First edition of the Global CEO Program, a program delivered by IAE, Mexico’s IPADE and Spain’s IESE.
IAE celebrated its 30th anniversary, with 10,000 alumni. Since IAE’s inception, 10,000 people joined IAE’s community, embracing values and professional excellence to build a better country.
Marcelo Paladino, Dean
IAE launched its first Program for High-Potential Youths (JAP, for its Spanish acronym).
IAE also delivered the first Senior Executive Program SEP Miami jointly with Spain’s IESE and Mexico’s IPADE.
IAE crossed national borders to deliver its program outside Argentina, taking its Advanced Management Program (AMP) to Paraguay.
IAE’s first Alumni Regional Club was created in Córdoba City. Currently, there are more than 30 such regional clubs operating in 16 countries
IAE built its International Advisory Board, enlisting owners and senior executives from business groups to collaborate with the School’s knowledge advancement and its delivery of innovative training for Latin American leaders
IAE launched its Regional AMP Program.
IAE was granted EQUIS’ top rating, renewing its accreditation for five more years. Until then, the School had been accredited twice for three-year periods. In Latin America, only two other schools have ever been granted EQUIS’ five-year accreditations
IAE opened its Rosario site, launching its first Executive MBA Program outside its Pilar Campus. Its Business Management Program also started to be delivered in Rosario.
The School hosted its first Donor Day to gather all the companies and individuals who contributed to IAE.
IAE delivered its first Program on Renewable Energies.
The School also launched its Business Management Ph.D. Program for doctoral candidates who wish to focus on management teaching and research
As part of its regional strategy, IAE launched its first Advanced Management Program in Bolivia, delivered in Santa Cruz City.
IAE celebrated its 35th anniversary.
IAE Business School received AACSB’s accreditation once again. The United States’ Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) grants educational certifications to the world’s topmost business schools across 53 countries.
• New Buenos Aires EMBA Program: IAE’s Executive MBA is now also delivered in Buenos Aires City, the nation’s capital.
• SUMA Launch: SUMA is a network that gathers IAE’s SME Program alumni. It intends to support Argentine SME community members as they roll out new ideas and knowledge across their businesses.
IAE started its IN Program, combining art, technology and management.