INCAE distinguished in the global elite of Business Schools
According to Financial Times
The social transformation taking place in Cueva del Sapo, a squatter settlement in San José and one of Costa Rica’s most dangerous communities, has drawn the attention of INCAE.
A team of INCAE faculty members and researchers conducted the 2017 Study on Gender and Entrepreneurship in Latin America and its Role in Economic Development.
INCAE Business School once again stands out among global elite business schools. According to the new ranking published by the Financial Times last Sunday, INCAE ranks 11th in the Americas and as the top non-American school in the continent.
In preparation for dealing with challenging issues in their organizations, communities and countries, INCAE MBA students acquire both in-depth knowledge on management, socioeconomic context and business culture, and skills in leadership, communication and teamwork.