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Change through exchange

Friday, April 28, 2017 - 09:53
Por: 
Alexis Urquhart

 

The foreigner stood out in the crowd, her face red from the sun and sweat clearly beading on her forehead. She stood bewildered at a busy intersection, overwhelmed by the general cacophony, looking across the street at the teeming traffic. Every possible space was occupied: vendors selling a variety of merchandise and food, stray dogs and people napping in the heat of the afternoon, new and ancient cars, and oceans of scooters and bikes. There were actual stoplights at this articular intersection but the signals were not even taken as a suggestion – chaos reigned. As she stood

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MBA: IT’S NOT ALL ABOUT ACADEMICS

Tuesday, December 15, 2015 - 16:26
Por: 
Adminincae

Other than the technical skills learned during the MBA, graduates have said that the experience in itself was the most enriching aspect of the MBA. The connections created with fellow classmates are unbeatable and learning and engaging beyond the classroom is crucial. There are three key things that add value to your MBA.

One: extra curricular activities. They are great for releasing stress, learning new hobbies and students can also apply the principles learned in class.

Two: engage with faculty and staff. Students can expand their insights to topics learned in the classroom...

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Our MBA speak

Thursday, March 26, 2015 - 13:34
Por: 
INCAE Business School
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Felipe Perez - The Class Experience

Thursday, March 26, 2015 - 11:13
Por: 
INCAE Business School
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Professor Felipe Pérez, from El Salvador, obtained his Ph.D. in Agricultural Economics from Purdue University in 1999. He also holds an MBA degree from INCAE with a specialization in Development Banking and Finance and a graduate degree in Functional Management with emphasis in Agribusiness Management from the same institution, where he graduated with honors. Professor Pérez is also an agronomist from Universidad Autónoma de Chapingo, Mexico, where he specialized in Irrigation and was an honor roll student throughout the whole program. 

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