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INCAE welcomes 105 new MBA students with a global, specialized focus

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Friday, 24 November 2017 10:47

105 new MBA studentsINCAE'S new residential MBA with a global, specialized focus will be attended by 105 students from China, Peru, Canada, Uruguay, and nine more countries who started their INCAE experience in the first week of August at Campus Walter Kissling Gam. Over the next months they will be trained to become highly qualified professionals and change leaders ready to face the new demands of today's business world.

As typical of INCAE, this new group consists of professionals from a variety of business sectors including Agronomy, Marketing, Business Administration, Law, Accounting and Finance, Engineering, and Economics, among others. The average age for the group is 28 years and women make up 29% of all participants. In contrast, the average age for INCAE's Specialized MBA is 30 years and female participation amounts to 47%.


CNN en Español publishes INCAE study on Disruptive Cities

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Friday, 24 November 2017 10:41

hazelINCAE and CNN en Español entered into a partnership to publish studies on relevant issues in Latin America. INCAE Faculty research on topics of interest such as renewable energies, exponential technologies, sustainable/intelligent cities, women's entrepreneurship in Latin America and its role in economic and social development, and women's social progress will be published throughout the year.

Now in partnership with INCAE, CNN en Español will publish Disruptive, Intelligent, and Sustainable Cities, a study conducted by the Latin American Center for Competitiveness and Sustainable Development (CLACDS) of INCAE Business School.


INCAE welcomes its first Entrepreneurship MBA students

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Friday, 24 November 2017 10:38

emprendimientoLast August 14th twenty Residential MBA students began their second year at INCAE and the first year of the Entrepreneurship major. The Entrepreneurship MBA is intended to provide entrepreneurial professionals with tools to enhance their skills to create/support the growth of scalable businesses.

"The idea behind this program is to create entrepreneurial knowledge to train leaders with potential to own companies able to grow in the short/medium term to boost their economies," said Urs Jäger, Director of the INCAE's Latin American Center for Entrepreneurs.


Nearly 600 INCAE Alumni gathered across the continent during the first INCAE Networking Night

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Friday, 24 November 2017 10:29

INNTo honor its 53rd anniversary INCAE held its first Networking Night last August 8th with nearly 600 graduates from different countries and classes. Organized and promoted by graduates, this event took place simultaneously in 17 cities from North to South America including Miami, NYC, Guatemala City, San Salvador, Tegucigalpa, Managua, San José, Panama City, Cuenca, Quito, Guayaquil, Lima, La Paz, Santa Cruz de la Sierra, Tarija, Cochabamba and Asunción.

"In addition to the academic excellence of its MBA programs, a major attraction of INCAE is its extensive alumni network in the region. We constantly seek to strengthen this network through initiatives like this one. As a graduate of MAE VI


Global MBA Students participated in the INCAE Stanford Silicon Valley Immersion in San Francisco, California

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Friday, 24 November 2017 10:21

Silicon VTwenty-eight students from INCAE's 2017 Global MBA participated in INCAE-Stanford's Silicon Valley Immersion performed as part of the Global MBA's curriculum. The students attended lectures and visited world-renowned companies on July 15th-23rd in Silicon Valley as well as in San Francisco, California.

"The trip's two-fold goal involves making students aware of the possibility of creating global companies and/or strategies impacting their countries and regions and showing them that Latin America has much to offer to the world, not necessarily imitating Silicon Valley but learning from it," said INCAE's MBA Executive Director Luis Umaña.


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