In 2011, QS TOPMBA recognized BSP as the best business school in Brazil and the 2nd best in Latin America. Each year QS TOPMBA completes an international ranking, based on feedback from employers and HR departments from more than 5,000 international companies, to identify and recognize the best business schools in the world. The result of such ranking is the list of the 200 business schools preferred by the majority of the international employers for the purpose of hiring MBA graduates. BSP is only one of 10 business schools to make it into the top 200 Business Schools in the world.
Business School Sao Paulo (BSP) has shown consistent improvements, moving up the Latin American ratings year-on-year. It climbed from fifth place in 2009, to third in 2010, and then to second place in 2011. According to Armando Dal Colletto, BSP's Rector, "BSP's MBA program includes thorough analysis of the current business environment and its trends. This is important as the world is turning its eyes to the emergent countries [in Latin America] such as Brazil because of its strong and solid economic growth, and cultural similarities and affinities to Europe and North America."