INCAE Business School - The #1 in Latin America
INCAE, May 13, 2013. INCAE Business School has been ranked among the Top 50 business schools in the world offering Executive Education, according to the international ranking by the Financial Times published today.
INCAE was ranked number 47 for its international students and clients, as well as its faculty diversity.
According to the ranking's criteria, INCAE is number six in the world for international clients, number eight for international students and number 15 for faculty diversity.
INCAE, May 9, 2013. INCAE Business School has once again been ranked as the Best Business School in Latin America, according to the 2013 MBA list published by the America Economia magazine today.
INCAE had the best combination of academic faculty, production and dissemination of knowledge, creation of global academic links (network power) and internationalization. These four criteria have been included in the study conducted by América Economía Intelligence for the past 17 years.
INCAE, founded in 1964 as a regional school with campuses in Costa Rica and Nicaragua, surpassed Universidad Adolfo Ibánez (UAI) in Chile, which was ranked second, and the Mexican ITAM, ranked third.
Latin America’s New Breed of Corporate Leaders30.07.12 Publications
The leaders of Latin America's successful, 21st century companies represent a new kind of executive and this is having important repercussions across the board. Today these people are generally professionals –many of them hold MBAs– with a world view directed toward the sustainability of their business, their environment and their community. (+)
Nicaragua sighs relief at waiver approval30.07.12 Publications
The Nicaragua Dispatch
The proverbial "atomic bomb" that many feared would lay waste to Nicaragua's budding economy was not deployed. Instead, the U.S. government yesterday dropped another property waiver on Nicaragua, successfully concluding another politically tense go-round between the two countries, this time with far more nail-biting than Managua would like. (+)